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Savage Thumbhole Varmint Stock
Savage Thumbhole Varmint Stock - Camo

Savage Thumbhole Varmint Stock

On sale:$189.00
Retail Price:$249.00
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Part Number:209-V12

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Savage Thumbhole Varmint Stock for Center Feed Blind Magazine
Pillar Bedded SA Rifle Stock fits Savage 10/11/12/14/16 with 12FV barrel channel...
  Fits CENTER FEED blind magazine rifles (NOT Stagger feed). Designed for accuracy in structure as well as shootability, this graceful riflestock fits modern short action (will NOT fit the Target Action) Savage Rifles. "Modern" rifles have the Center Feed (CF) Blind magazine and stock screw spacing of 4.41". Rifles with or without the Accu-Trigger will fit as long as their stock screw spacing is 4.41".
 (Older Stagger Feed magazine rifles that have 4.27" screw spacing and the newer Detachable magazine rifles that have 4.41" will NOT fit this stock)
   The thumbhole styling flows into a graceful pistol grip and raised cheek rest that are beautiful as well as extremely comfortable. The forend is wide for solid benchrest shooting and, its ventilated to keep as cool as possible. A stiff rubber recoil pad contributes to accuracy. Front and rear Swivel studs are included for either a sling and/or a bipod. Length of Pull (LOP) is ~13¾".

  Piller Bedding and Other Hardware:
These stocks come with bedding pillars. Pillar bedding gives the most rigid, accuracy enhancing connection to riflestocks on bolt action rifles. Other hardware needed are your original trigger guard and mounting screws. These are not included with this stock because its designed to use the ones from your original stock.

  Barrel Channelled to Fit 12FV Barrel Contour
- These stocks come with the barrel channel cut to fit a factory Savage 12FV barrel contour. This is the same as our EABCO Savage Accuracy Barrels contour. It's a heavy varmint style that contours to .800" at the muzzle. This barrel channel fits barrels that size or smaller without any modifications. Barrels with a wider contour will need to have the barrel channel widened (Call... We can do this for you at an additional cost).
  One More Fitting Note: Recently, we have encountered a few Savage rifles where the trigger guard was thicker at the base than previous rifles so that the fit of the inletting wasn't flush.

  See barrels and other accessories at our Savage Rifles Home Page.

1 Stars
Wasted money and time
It does fit the 12fv barrel contour nicely, and looks good assembled but is not durable at all. It's a revolution brand (not mentioned anywhere? Do a search...). Only used about one month and two trips to the range, approx 180 rounds. Swivel studs pulled out just carrying it 25' from the truck to the bench. The wood around the bolt cracked away from normal, non aggressive cycling. After about 100 rounds groups opened way up and it would no longer feed from the magazine. Took it home and found that the wood between the recoil lug and magazine well had compressed so badly the magazine was damaged and wedge tight in the wood. The entire area around the front pillar had weakened so badly the barrel was whipping around in the forearm area worse than the factory plastic stock ever was. This was my first purchase from eabco, probably the last if their other products are as bottom shelf as this one
Reviewed by:  from Kentucky. on 2/5/2017
1/5
2 Stars
Some good and some bad
First the good. Beautiful stock. Finished very nicely. My hog hunter fit very well and it tightened up my groups considerably. Something to be aware of is you need an older style trigger guard that is flat where it meets the stock. The hog hunter has a step to it so I needed to purchase a new trigger gaurd as well. The wood the stock is made of is a little soft. I have noticed it dings very easily. I have never taken my rifle hinting with the stock, only to the range, but I have several very large gouges from what seemed like fairly gentle use to me. Really not that big of a deal. For me, the stock does not come high enough for a good cheek weld. I ended up adding some foam to the comb in order to get a propper cheek weld. Again, not really a big deal to me. My only real concern with this stock is that the front sling stud tore out when loaded with a bipod. I have shot off a bipod a couple times in the past. There was no cracking or popping to warn it was over strssed, it just pulled out. Over all, a decent stock. Really shrank my groups, but doesn't appear durable at all.
Reviewed by:  from Nibley. on 7/9/2016
2/5
4 Stars
Trigger Guard
I like the stock. However when ordering it don't specify about tigger guard. I was sent a stock with "old style" trigger guard. My rifle has the new style. After three weeks and 50.00 USD less in my pocket, i was able to get it together. Be sure when ordering, tell them which style you have. I had to machine stock so my trigger guard would fit. Other than that there were no problems.
Reviewed by:  from NC. on 2/15/2016
4/5
4 Stars
Retired
After looking over the various aftermarket stocks online, I decided the buy a Thumbhole Varmint Stock by E. Arthur Brown in their Camo color. I ordered online and the process was quick and easy. Cost is $169.00 and I chose ground shipping for an additional $14.00. I placed the order 9/9/2015 after confirming via phone call that they had one in stock, and it arrived 9/15/2015. The box the stock came in was in good condition with no tears or holes. The marking on the outside indicated it was made by Revolution. Opening the box I found the stock nicely wrapped and padded, with Receipt enclosed. After unwrapping, I find a well made stock made of three color laminate (brown, green, gray) finished in a satin clear, with a nice fitting recoil pad and three sling/bipod attachments. Also installed are two STEEL pillars with integral washers that are recessed into the wood. There was also a spare action screw the correct length to fit the front mount in the box. After careful inspection, i found only one flaw in the finish, a minor fish eye that had been touched up just aft of the bolt notch. Hardly noticeable, and probably will be less so once it's assembled. Otherwise, a very good looking stock. The steel pillars are easily removed and have groves machined into them to lock them securely in place during epoxy bedding. They are also much larger in diameter than the guns originals. This should help eliminate any tendency to split the laminate while in use, particularly after epoxying in place. With everything in place temporarily but snug, I shouldered it a a few times and found it to be very good fitting in design, my eye finding the scope quite easily. Placing the bipod up front, it felt very good and the additional weight of the stock (1525 grams or 3 lbs. 5 oz) countered the heavy varmint barrel nicely. Once I had it temporarily assembled, I shouldered it and found it quite comfortable. My eye fell nicely inline with the scope, and the recoil pad and LOP was very comfortable. After a little work with some good epoxy bedding material, this should be great little tac driver . P-dogs beware!
Reviewed by:  from Texas. on 9/16/2015
4/5
5 Stars
Mr
Bought as a replacement for my savage model 12. It was a perfect drop in fit. Only issue is I had to sand off a couple of burrs to have a perfect floated barrel. I love my purchase.
Reviewed by:  from Oklahoma. on 1/30/2015
5/5

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