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Yep! Ordered a forged 7.62mm barreled action today! Now it's gonna seem like Christmas Eve for the next week until it arrives!

So here's the can of worms I'm gonna open, and I hope ya'll will give me your best opinions, pro or con...

What stock should I dress this baby with? At the moment I'm leanin' towards a folding, or bullpup configuration, but I want something that's well-balanced, and that will bring out the greatest amount of accuracy from this ol' dog (me). What are the different varieties out there besides Sage, JAE, Troy, and Short Rifle?

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JohnD
 

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Cheek weld sucks on a folder. They travel great tho. Good luck finding a quality folder without busting the budget. The originals have all been spoken for and the ones available are costly or shot out loose. A new McMillan MFS-14 rigged out the way it should be is $804. That's why I didn't go that route. Carbon Fiber from McCann Industries is a great option but in the end it's costing about the same with a M4 Socom folder from ACE put on it.

Never seen a M14 bullpup. That'd be different.
 

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Thanks! Exactly the type of comments I'm looking for!

Really want something that I can carry across fields and through the woods (to Grandmother's house?) and still hunt varmints out to 500 yds+.

Then again, maybe I'm hallucinating about a "perfect" rifle.

Check out ShortRifles for a Bullpup M14 configuration. Pricey, but oh so cool!

Thanks again.
 

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Look at the Mcmillan MFS-14 rifle stock it a folder. Also Mcann stocks he would put a folder on the set up.
 
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