Who makes Mannlicher?
Interarms produced several of its Mark X rifles with mannlicher stocks and they are very fine rifles. You may want to look at some other pre owned rifles as well. There is always the Styer Mannlicher rifles for about $2k.
Will a Remington 700 stock fit a 722?
The 722 bottom metal won’t fit the BDL stock without some work, I would recommend using 700 bottom metal. You may have to remove a small amount of wood for the bolt handle, on a 721/722 the bolt is straight down, a 700 bolt handle is slightly angled back toward the shooter.
What is the purpose of a Mannlicher stock?
The purpose of the full length stock is to protect the barrel from damage, especially if the barrel was used a brake in the case of a fall on snow.
What is a Mannlicher gun stock?
Mannlicher stocked rifles originated pretty much in the Alps but are called Stutzen there, which comes from clipped, cut. In general they are shorter than regular rifles with a half stock. The full stock was supposed to protect the barrel just like the old military rifles also had stocks reaching forward.
When did the Remington Model 600 come out?
It was the son of the XP-100 pistol that was introduced one year earlier in 1963. The Model 600 shares these features with the original XP-100: Thankfully, Remington did NOT use a plastic stock on the M600 as they did on the very space-age looking XP-100 when it was introduced (actually nylon, or DuPont Zytel).
How big are the stocks on a Remington 700?
Long or Short Action? is 6 1/2 Inches. Rem 700 ADL No Floor Plate. Guard Screws is 7 3/8 Inches. TARGET STOCKS! and Target for several reasons.
How big is the barrel on a Remington M600?
Thankfully, Remington did NOT use a plastic stock on the M600 as they did on the very space-age looking XP-100 when it was introduced (actually nylon, or DuPont Zytel). The M600 has a short 18½” barrel.
Why is the handle on a Remington XP100 dogleg?
The June 2014 issue of NRA’s American Hunter magazine reveals the reason for the dogleg bolt handle on the XP100 pistol: “The XP-100’s bolt was doglegged in shape because Remington had found a straight bolt would hit the shooter’s wrist during recoil.” Now look at the M600 and think about where the bolt knob would be if the handle was straight.