Originally Posted by turbo2010
Just put on a Blackhawk Axiom stock. Like it. There's a little wobble in the butt fully extended but I'll just drill a small hole and put in a SS screw.
Biggest problem is the length of pull to trigger is !3.5" butt to trigger.
This is one inch shorter that a Henry .22 carbine lying along side.
Can't find any kind of spacer or recoil pad that will fit on the strangely shaped buttplate. A gunsith might be able to glue on a close match and then gringd the edges to fit. Will check it out next week.
The Axiom fits all size barrels, even my Whistle-pig fluted aluminum .920 barrels.
Anyone know any tricks of the trade that will work. Thanks.
Just put on Axiom. With a front bipod, the stock can be twisted slightly and just does'nt feel solid. It might effect the sight picture on a bench rest if one shifts their position slightly. I'm thinking that since the scope is fastened securely to the receiver/barrel, forestock twist shouldn't have any effect.
There's a loose square piece of fabricated plastic wedged in the receiver area that pulls right out. I thought it probably was a cross section brace needed when there was no receiver installed, as in shipping. I tossed it. That wasn't a stock forend brace, was it?