Bell Carlson Bell And Carlson Replacement Medalist Rifle Stock - Tan Web

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Excellent strength, rigidity and durability is achieved with a special composition that includes hand-placed layers of fiberglass, aramid and carbon fiber throughout the stock. Stocks are lighter than conventional wood stocks in both weight and recoil, and they will withstand hard use, moisture and fast-changing temperatures. Each boasts a textured finish. Rifle stocks weigh approximately 32 oz., have 13-1/2" L.O.P. Uncle Mike's sling posts included. Medalist Rifle Stocks sport a computer-designed integral bedding system CNC-machined from aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum running from the grip to the front sling stud for stability. Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad.
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Bell & Carlson Tactical/Varmint Stock

While this stock is not the best stock on the market, it is my choice for a "best for the money" stock. Construction seems to be top-notch, and it doesn't even seem that heavy for having the full length aluminum bedding block in it. I mounted it on an old Target Model Remington 722 chambered in .222 Remington (you have to relieve the bolt handle cut a little more for a 722 vs. the 700, as well as update the safety mechanism). Groups are slightly better and the gun is much more comfortable to shoot from prone with this stock design. I would definitely buy another one of these particular stocks, but my next B & C stock will be an Alaskan Ti for my .300 Ultramag mountain rifle.
zott at Cabelas on 02/07/2012

Excellent tactical Stock for the $.

While not a McMillan, Manners or Stockade, this stock fits the bill for a budget long range rifle, especially for the money. I would rate it as "just as good" as an HS Precision as far as quality and stiffness are concerned. I took this stock to the next level by modifying the forearm (with a file and Marine-Tex), adding texture with Marine-Tex, skim bedding with DevCon 10110, installing flush cup sling swivels, and adding a Karsten Cheek Piece. It had to be painted after all of the work was done. It made a very accurate rifle a super accurate rifle, and long range consistency was improved drastically over the Remington factor stock.
SAWgunner at Cabelas on 01/17/2011

I love my stock

I had heard that these stocks come with a few blemishes, couldn't disagree more. My stock is perfect in every way. the finish is spectacular. The feel of total control that you get from the dual palm swells and vertical grip makes all the difference in the world. Its just so comfortable to hold. I had thought i might need a cheek pad or riser of some sort, no need. This stock aligns my eye perfectly with the scope i have. But yours may differ of course. I have not tested the accuracy yet but will in few days. I'll right another review then.
jesse30543 at Cabelas on 11/09/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Required work

I purchased this stock a bit back as part of a pet project on a Rem 700 SPS in 308. The rifle out of the box would shoot MOA at 100 yds and the stock was purchased to see if I could improve on that. Upon receiving the stock I assembled everything and headed to the range. To my surprise what had been an MOA rifle now didnt perform as well. Back to the bench the rifle went and upon dis-assembly and some careful measuring, I found the recoil lug was contacting the factory bedding material in the bottom of the lug well. Rather than return the stock I pressed on and rotary filed the material out and picked up a glass bedding kit from Cabelas (Miles Gilbert Bedrock). A quick bedding of the recoil lug and chamber section of the barrel, along with the rear tang area (skim coat) have now changed the rifle from MOA to a sub-MOA rifle at 100yds. One other thing I discovered with the stock worth mentioning is that if you clean using a one piece rod, (I use a Tipton carbon) the rear of the stock is above the bore which creates some cleaning issues. I recommend a good bore guide be purchased along with the stock. I gave the 3 rating on the stock due to the necessary work to achieve the end goal of reducing my groups and knew from previous reviews posted here that a "drop in situation" may not always happen.While I wont say don't purchase this item, I will say be prepared to possibly work it a bit to make it perform like you want. Semper Paratus
GunnersChoice
GunnersChoice at Cabelas on 11/03/2012