PROMAG ARCHANGEL PREC.700 STOCK w/ALUM. BEDDING BLK

Item #:PGAA700B
Price:$299.99
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PROMAG ARCHANGEL PREC.700 STOCK w/ALUM. BEDDING BLK
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Next generation, fully adjustable stock for Remington 700, short-action rifles in all calibers based on the .308 cartridge.   Drop-in fit.  Molded entirely in black of our proprietary, lightweight, carbon-fiber filled polymer. Impervious to weather, and will withstand all standard gun solvents and oils.  The Archangel 700 Precision Stock is tough as nails, and will deliver outstanding accuracy shot after shot, year after year.

  • Aluminum bedding block
  • Extremely durable construction
  • Precision fit inlet provides excellent accuracy.
  • Free-float barrel channel accepts most barrel contours
  • Integrated forend flush-fit bi-pod features push-button/one-hand deployment.
  • Length of pull is thumbwheel click adjustable from 13.5″ to 15.125″ in 24 steps
  • Cheek riser is thumbwheel click adjustable in .05″ increments to a rise of 1.2”
  • Incorporates 3 integral steel inserts for ball-lock/push-button QD sling swivels
  • Grip storage compartment
  • Includes a 10-rd, detachable box magazine (AA308 01) of heat-treated steel construction and Parkerized finish, with a high-strength Chrome-silicon wire spring for long life and reliable service

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 4 stars

PROMAG ARCHANGEL PREC.700 STOCK w/ALUM. BEDDING BLK

By William S. on Aug 24, 2016
Good stock for the money, fit to action is good but not great, butt pad is to hard for my liking. Once installed and at the range my rifle was shooting a little less than 1 MOA, with this stock it was shooting a little over 2 MOA. I tried a few different loads and no better results. Then I did a full bed job and went back to the range, much better now. Almost back to where it was before, still under 1 MOA. I think a softer butt pad and a little texture in the grip area will help a little.
Mag works fine, works better if only 8 rounds are loaded. When 10 rounds are loaded and you firmly slap the mag in, the 10th round will pop out of the mag. I worked on reshaping the lip on the end of the mag and that helped a little.

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