Long range hunting stock
Comfortable vertical hunting style grip
Raised cheek comb & monte carlo drop
Medium sized forend
Weighs 2 lbs
Arrives to you drop in ready, bolt your rifle on and go shoot
I have and older ( mid 80’s) Remington 700 22-250 would the terrain stock work with this rifle?
yes it will!
Hello, what barrel inletting would you recommend for a Big Horn Origin action with a preferred barrels straight taper: 2.5 inch breech length, tapered down to 0.750 at the 5 inch mark and then straight out the remaining length of the barrel (i.e. 0.750 at the muzzle, too)? Thanks!
Are you talking about the #4 contour from Preferred Barrels? If so, i would say a #5 Douglas would be very similar to your barrel contour.
Can the Terrain stock be ordered in a custom length of pull? I am 6’5” and like at least a 14.25” length of pull.
yes it can, its $80 to have that modification done. email email@example.com if you'd like to place an order with a custom LOP.
Do you have any plans to make a lightweight version of the terrain like you did with the outlander?
Yes we already have converted the Terrain to the lighter weight material. Now when you order a Terrain it weighs approx 2 lbs. It used to weigh 2.5 lbs.
I have a Remington 700 tactical w/ the heavy barrel and I’m interested in the outlander. It doesn’t give an option for the varmit/heavy barrel contour. Will it fit in the spotter/magnum contour?
the remington heavy/varmint barrel is slightly too large for the Outlander stock. The side walls of the stocks barrel channel are razor thin with a varmint barrel inlet. We would recommend the Terrain stock for that barrel.
I’m going with the Bartlein Lt. Bull Sporter 7mm, it says these as 5R rifled barrels. So which barrel inlet should I select?
i would recommend the Varmint size barrel inlet. The Sporter/Mag may also work as well but you run a chance of having to do fitting/sanding in the stocks barrel channel to get your barrel to completely free float. If your straight cylinder length on your Bartlein barrel is under 1.5" it should drop into the varmint barrel inlet stock with no fitting required.
I’m looking to put this on a Bergara Premier chassis rifle with a 5.5 barrel profile. Do I need to make any modifications? I assume your DBM is AICS compatible? Thanks
You may have to sand open the stocks barrel channel right at the chambered area. Other than that it will free float and fit into a varmint barrel inlet stock. If you are comfortable making this modification we can do it for you for a fee. Yes our DBM takes AICS mags.
Are these synthetic gun stocks?
they are fiberglass/carbon fiber epoxy resin stocks.
Which barrel profile inlet would work best for a #5 contour?
we would recommend the varmint/sendero barrel profile. That would require the least amount of fitting if any at all. Or you could order your exact barrel contour through our "custom inletting" section in our custom shop on the website.
I have a Christensen arms ridgeline with a carbon fiber barrel what barrel contour do I pick
the action area of the stock will need to be modified to get the ridgeline action to drop in, specifically the bolt release. I don't see a contour sheet for christensen arms barrels on their website but i assume their light target or target barrel will be larger than a Remington varmint/sendero profile so the stocks barrel channel will also need to be sanded open to fit.