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Just noticed my syn forearms are looking mashed on the top where it is contacting the frame. This is at the top of the arch. Just wondering how important this point of contact is. Also I would like to get some Choate varmit stocks and forearms. Do they have a spacer on the forearm or is it all one piece, as are the standard syn forearms. Thanks for the help,


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I have 2 of the ( tupperwear ) forarms that have the ears gone compleatly , and have not noticed any diffrence in lock-up . as for the Varmint forarm it is just like the one you have with the spacer molded right in .

On a side note , i didn't like the looks of the Varmint stocks at first but once i put a set on my 22-250 and shot it i was sold , they made a world of diffrence . ;)

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I picked up the ati adj stock for my sons shotgun. I do like the forearm because it has a huge barrel channel and it has a spacer. The buttstock however served its purpose, for a 5yr old at the time ,but is cheap and sloppy IMHO. It isn't used anymore, since he fits the youth stocks now. But i'm working on a varmit rig 25-06 and would like a good stock and forearm for it. I might just use the ati forearm for now and see how it goes.

Thanks stimpy fro the info on the forearm.



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