Choate Tactical Stock for Remingtons

Choate Machine & Tool,, has introduced a new, affordable tactical stock for Remington BDL actions. The new stock, Choate model #25-01-01, sports an 80/20 blend of polypropylene and fiberglass, wrapped around a full-length aluminum bedding block. The stock comes with an adjustable spacer system allowing for .75″ of adjustment in length of pull, a rail integrated into the bottom of the fore-end to mount a bipod, and four swivel studs for customized carry options. Choate’s new tactical stock fits Remington short action receivers with action screw spacing of 6.500″ center to center.

Russell Simmonds F-TR F-class

This stock has some very nice features. We like the fact that the toe (underside) of the buttstock is relatively straight, and long enough to work well in a rear sandbag. The built-in rail on the fore-arm’s underside allows you to move your bipod fore and aft, plus you can easily mount other accessories. The spacer system is a nice feature in an “economy” stock, which retails for just $219.99 at

Choate-Stocked F-TR Rifle Wins World & Euro Championships
We know that some folks scoff at the Choate product line, assuming that a lower price means that Choate stocks can’t perform as well as all-fiberglass stocks that may cost two or even three times as much. Well, to those “sticker-price snobs”, consider this. Britain’s Russell Simmonds won the 2009 F-TR World Championship (at Bisley, England) shooting a .308 with a Choate stock. Russell then went on to win the British League Championship (the second time in a row) AND the European Championship. Russell’s gun features a Barnard action, True-flite barrel, Choate “Ultimate Sniper” stock and 8.5-25×50 Leupold scope.

Russell Simmonds F-TR F-class

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