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Savage Model 11 Replacement Stock

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Brandon L.
Joined: September 2022
Posts: 2
Posted: September 28, 2022 02:46 PM

I have a Savage Model 11 Cal. 308 Win. Serial number F843999 that I am looking for a replacement stock and bottom plate replacement (wood stock has crack from trigger guard to back of stock and bottom plate has a cracked plastic piece at the magazine entry point.) I am looking to see if part 1050680A is the correct stock to order for my rifle. Additionally I could not find the bottom plate piece on your site. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

hunt40
Joined: March 2010
Posts: 292
Posted: September 29, 2022 07:28 AM

 

  Please give the measurement between the action screw holes. For example, if you go to our web site and see the Savage 110 schematic, we need the distance between view #74 and view #76 on your firearm. Your serial number indicates the rifle was manufactured after 1995 so the measurement should be either 4.52" or 4.27". Also, provide photo's of the stock and floorplate if possible. Thank you.

Brandon L.
Joined: September 2022
Posts: 2
Posted: September 29, 2022 04:48 PM

I have attached some photos as requested. I believe the spacing is 4.27”  I have attached a photo for your reference. Thank you for your help.

hunt40
Joined: March 2010
Posts: 292
Posted: September 30, 2022 08:35 AM

 

  Thank you for the photo's. Item #1050680A is a black synthetic stock that should fit your action with the 4.27" length. The stock is not inletted to accept your current floorplate/frame. The magazine would fit flush. Your trigger guard should fit #1050680A, but the trigger guard screw may require a different length thread for the synthetic stock. If your original screw does not work, the only screw we have available is #139730 which is 1.62" long.

Brandon L.
Joined: September 2022
Posts: 2
Posted: October 17, 2022 08:43 AM

I have reassemble the firearm and everything seems to fit perfectly. I am coming across an issue with the magazine not clicking in and staying secure. I will get it clicked in and cycle the bolt a few times and the magazine will eject. Have you run across this issue in the past? If so was there any fix for it? 
Thank you

hunt40
Joined: March 2010
Posts: 292
Posted: October 17, 2022 09:19 AM

 

  It is difficult to tell what the issue could be without looking at the firearm. Have the firearm checked by a qualified gunsmith. Thank you.