Choate Gunstocks

Choate Tactical Stock for Savage 10/110 Series Rifles

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  • Choate Tactical Savage Stock - Bedded, Free Floated, with Adjustable Spacer System
  • Choate Tactical Savage Stock - Cutaway
  • Choate Tactical Savage Stock - Diagram
  • Does NOT fit rifles where latch is on the mag.
  • centerfeed magazine
  • staggerfeed magazine
  • DM Guns with This Bottom Metal Don't Fit
MSRP: $324.40
— You save $60.57


Features of the Choate Tactical Stock:

  • Full length bedding block (see cutaway picture)
  • Adjustable butt spacer system to adjust the length of pull
  • Rail and sliding swivel on bottom of forend to attach a bipod
  • Sling swivels on both sides.
  • Will work on Savage Rifles with Bolt Release as part of the Trigger Guard
  • Does NOT fit Axis/Edge
  • Does NOT include Trigger Guard
Short Action- Fits the Savage factory short actions (SA) with or without accu-trigger, models 10, 11, 12, 14, 16. 
Choose the Centerfeed 4.41" screw spacing if you have the centerfeed magazine. Choose the Detach Mag 4.41" screw spacing if you have a detachable magazine rifle. Choose the 4.27" spacing if you have the original staggerfeed style magazine.

Long Action- Fits the Savage factory Long Action (LA) models 110, 111, 112, 114, 116 with blind bottom magazines and with action screw spacing of 5.062". Does not fit detachable magazine nor hinged floor plate long actions.

Stock fits All Barrel Contours - Since "free floating" of the barrel is preferred on all bolt actions, Choate has set this stock up to fit any barrel including the widest diameter bull barrels. Skinny barrels will have a wide gap between the barrel and the forend but they will shoot accurately from this stock. Be sure to select the correct stock depending on whether you have a Staggerfeed, Centerfeed or Detachable Magazine. 

Important Fitting Information - Anything that is not labeled "Detachable Magazine" is a blind magazine. Long Actions have a screw hole spacing of 5.062" and come in Center Feed or Stagger Feed. You must selected the correct stock for your gun. Center Feed is when you remove the action from the stock and the magazine stays in the stock. Stagger Feed is when you remove the action from the stock and the magazine box stays attached to the receiver. Detachable Mag: Will not fit the detachable magazine rifles when the magazine release button is part of the magazine! Will not fit the Savage detachable magazine rifles with the accurate-mag bottom metal that uses the AI magazine. This stock WILL fit detachable magazine rifles with the bolt release located on the bottom of the rifle OR on the top side. Hinged Floorplate: Use detachable mag fitting and screw spacing requirements.
- There will be an 3/16 gap under the safety on all the Savage Varmint, Tactical and Sniper stocks. The action should only touch on the V of the bedding block and back of the recoil lug. The gap at the back is normal for Savage actions when installed in our stocks.

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Additional Information

Item Type:
Savage 10/110
Savage 10/110 SA
Savage 10/110 LA
Ships Internationally
Choate Tactical
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63 Reviews

  • 4

    Posted by Andrew Smith on Sep 25th 2023

    The choate tactical stock is a big improvement over the factory stock. Not perfect but close. The trigger cut out is slightly offset from center and the huge barrel channel isn't exactly parallel to the barrel, also bedding v-blocks had some burs. This is just being picky though. For the price, it's great. Zero flex from the forend. Action screws/spacers were included. Didn't make the rifle more accurate, however it allows me to be more accurate with the rifle as I can actually get comfortable behind it now. Added a kydex cheek riser to top it off. Definitely happy with the purchase. EAB shipped quickly and the item was packaged well.

  • 5
    CHOATE Tactical Rifle stock

    Posted by Russ on Jul 25th 2023

    I have purchased and used a number of rifle stocks, and this one is by far a 10/10 in terms of ease of install (like MDT Oryx) and in a class by itself in terms of flexibility regarding bottom metal. As for shooting performance, it is also unique in that it's a bit heavier than some stocks, but for target/benchrest shooting, it's perfect. I would buy this stock again, and probably will.

  • 5
    Choate tactical LA savage

    Posted by Kenneth dale Anderson on Apr 26th 2023

    Great stock very solid shooting platform will take up to a 1.25 barrel diameter great value compatible stocks cost twice as much fully bedded and floated with a French rail underneath what’s not to like it’s a great stock

  • 5

    Posted by Raymon on Aug 25th 2021

    Very good stock, heavy as I like them. Easy to drop in heavy barreled action. I had to use my dremel to remove a little material for the bolt release. Torqued to Savage inch pound specs, I will like purchase another for my next build, great price for a well made stock. I did have to purchase a cheek riser from another source.

  • 5
    Great stocks

    Posted by Big E on Jul 10th 2021

    Bought one for a 6.5CM build and liked it so much I bought another when I built a 223. Very good quality stock. Service from EABCO was amazing and I will be ordering more products in the future.

  • 5
    Great experience

    Posted by Jacob on May 24th 2021

    Item was back ordered but I received great communication for the staff product showed when expected dropped in nicely looks awesome thank you

  • 5
    Choate savage stock

    Posted by Tom Baker on Dec 25th 2020

    I own a few of these stocks and love them on my long range/bench guns they are very stable with good position with the ability to add weight as needed and the bedding system works great I will be buying more for my next build this one is on a 243 1-8 twist

  • 5
    Choate stock

    Posted by Joseph Lambert on Nov 19th 2020

    I have been looking for a stock for quite sometime to replace the flimsy factory synthetic stock This certainly fit the bill. Solid in both mounting and overall all feel.

  • 5
    Savage 110 7mm rem mag

    Posted by Matt Allen on Oct 2nd 2020

    good looking product very sturdy construction. Have only put 20 rnds down with it but I love it. Also bought a varmint so barrel kit and trigger like a new gun now

  • 5

    Posted by Jim on Sep 17th 2020

    I've had one of these on a long action Savage for several years now, and it's value still impresses me. I recently picked up a short action to carry a 6mm BR barrel, and debated for months what stock to put on it. In the end, I couldn't find any great advantage to any other stock that justified the extra cost. Is it heavy? Well, compared to factory plastic, sure. Is it heavier than say, a McMillan? Yeah. But is a McMillan $800 dollars lighter? Look, if you're building a mountain rifle, look elsewhere. But, if you want a stock you could beat a wolly mammoth to death with, send your money. It's plenty solid, and plenty "stiff". IMO, they are THE best value on the market.

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