Ultimate Sniper Stock - Like it, Love it or Leave it??

Discussion in 'Rifles' started by Rapido, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. Rapido

    Rapido New Member

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    I just got this yesterday and shot it late this afternoon; and let me tell you I figured out the difference between a $200 Leupold and a $500 Leupold. Light gathering!!

    Anyways back to the gun and stock.. This is a Remington 700 in .308 mounted in a Ultimate Sniper Stock (designed by Maj. John Plaster)
    Let me tell you it is a heavy rig.. roughly 16 pounds.

    I was able to get a 3 shot cloverleaf at 100yds with Winchester 150 Power Points. I can't wait tell I get the Match Ammo that I have ordered,


    Does anyone else here have this stock... and OPINIONS??


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  2. Vellcrow

    Vellcrow Active Member

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    I had the Ultimate Varmint stock, it is basically the same thing, and I loved it. Did you properly torque the mounting bolts?

    When I get another bolt gun, I will be getting the same stock. Here is a pic of mine:

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  3. lonewolf23c

    lonewolf23c Active Member

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    Looks great, but I wouldn't want to carry it around very much.
     
  4. M. Sage

    M. Sage TGT Addict

    Jan 21, 2009
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    Isn't 150 grain kind of light for that kind of rifle?
     
  5. Rapido

    Rapido New Member

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    Definitely, but that was all that I was able to buy on short notice. I used to shoot 168 Gr Match BTHP, out of my other .308, which shoot alot better.
     
  6. RamseyRed

    RamseyRed New Member

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    Ultimate Sniper Stock

    1. I had one of those stocks and gave it to my nephew as he is younger and stronger than I. In addition to the weight, the stippling was very sharp and I don't wear gloves when shooting.

    2. I have a CZ Sniper Rifle and it just loves the 155gr Palma bullet. It out shoots the 168gr bullet in every way. ⅝ to ¾ MOA at 200 yards is common. The 168gr match bullet will barely hold 1“ at 200 yds. It is necessary to try more than one bullet weight and manufacturer.

    I learned a lot from a “LADDER TEST."
     
  7. supercomp9

    supercomp9 New Member

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    I personally like the Bell & Carlson stocks,
    medalist varmint / tactical / target model
    there 10/22 anschutz and there odyssey models.
     

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