Model 700:

Right or left hand: long or short action (calibers .223 to .308 and .350 Rem mag and .300 SUM are short actions); calibers .270 to .416 are long actions.


Model 40X:

Right or left hand; single shot or repeater. Any Remington stock can be made for a 40X as long as the barrel contour is not too large.


Model 788:

Right or left hand, caliber (which will indicate which length of action you have). Any Remington stock can be made for a 788.


Model 721 & 722:

Any Remington stock can be made for these actions. However, since the bottom metal is not a functioning floorplate and does not fit as well as we would like, we highly recommend that you convert to a blind magazine with a standard ADL­ trigger guard (available from McMillan), which will make the rifle more attractive.


Model 600 & 660:

Any Remington stock can be used for both of these models. However, because each of these models was equipped from the factory with a 18″ or 20″ barrel, we recommend that you use the Model 7 for the Model 600 since it is the only stock we offer with a short forend. All 600’s must be converted to an ADL trigger guard.


Model 7:

Any Remington stock can be inletted for the Model 7 action. As the diminutive Model 7 action is usually paired with a carbine length barrel, we recommend our trim Model 7 stock for optimum aesthetics.

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