Does anyone here have any experience with either the XLR chassis or Choate custom tactical stock? I want to upgrade the horrendous Hogue stock on my Rem700 and I've narrowed my choices down. The XLR is more expensive, and if I go with the Choate I will be bedding it. I will also need new scope rings for the XLR. I am leaning towards the Choate, but just wondering if you guys have any time behind either.
A mythical Norinco model 54...better steel than russians,missing the safe,good as a hammer,for opening beer bottles and offcourse shooting.If u make a cross with a knife on top of the bullet than you have some serious stopping power too.Ah forgot it is very slim