Whidden Gunworks Remington 700 Stock Bedding Block Long Action Single Shot Aluminum

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The Whidden Gunworks Remington 700 Stock Bedding Block can be mounted in nearly any stock and adds versatility to your rifle. It allows for multiple barreled actions to custom bed in the same stock. Developed by National Long Range High Power Champion John Whidden, the bedding blocks unique V shape allows for repeatable mounting of multiple barreled actions in a single stock-a major plus considering the high cost of most competition stocks. Additionally, the V shape of the bedding block requires no bedding compound in the action channel itself which allows for the interchangeability between calibers and actions. Once installed in the stock you are good to go!

Installation of the Whidden Remington 700 is also considerably simpler than standard bedding methods. Inletting is simplified due to the blocks square base.

The Whidden Gunworks Remington 700 Stock Bedding Block is precision machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum and features a milled surface for increased epoxy adherence. Bedding block is available for long or short actions and accommodates single shot or internal magazine rifles.
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