If you have a Remington 700 SA-pattern rifle and have been looking for an affordable upgrade, the new MDT Field Stock has a lot to offer.
Whether you’re a competitive long-range shooter, a serious hunter or just someone who enjoys shooting paper at the range, there’s a good chance you have a rifle that features the ubiquitous Remington 700 Short Action. If so, and you’re in the market for an affordable upgrade, the new MDT Field Stock is worth a look.
MDT describes its new Field Stock as being entry-level, but it still has quite a few features for the price. Firstly, accuracy is improved by aluminum v-block bedding and a free-floated barrel. The injection-molded polymer body is lightweight at only 3.1 pounds, making it easy to carry, and MDT says that the grip remains warm to the touch in any weather condition. Furthermore, length of pull spacers and an adjustable cheek riser allow for a perfect fit with any shooter.
Other features of the MDT Field Stock include sling studs on the buttstock and forend for attaching a sling or a bipod, compatibility with AICS-pattern magazines and M-LOK slots on the forend’s bottom and sides for installing other accessories. Each stock also ships with all necessary mounting hardware.
The MDT Field Stock is currently only offered in black or FDE for Remington 700 SA-pattern rifles, but fits for other actions will be added in the future. MSRP is $299.95 and it’s available now.
For more information, please visit mdttac.com.
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