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ProMag AAS111SLA Archangel Precision Elite Stock for the Savage Model 110 / 111

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Seller:Top-Rated Plus Seller americanoptics71✉️(14,544)99.8%, Location:Shreveport, Louisiana, Ships to: US, Item:224041321557ProMag AAS111SLA Archangel Precision Elite Stock for the Savage Model 110 / 111. ProMag Archangel© Precision Elite Stock for the Savage© Model 110© / 111 Long Action Standard Caliber - Black Polymer includes AASLA5 (7) Rd with (5) Rd limiter TYPE C Magazine Description: Fits the Savage© Model 110© / Model 111 (and variants) long action rifles that are chambered in standard long action calibers (30-06, 270 WIN, 25-06)Converts all models to a double column TYPE C detachable magazine with rear paddle release designIncorporates three (3) steel, flush fit hard points for QD style sling swivels (sling swivels not included)Length of pull is thumbwheel click adjustable from 13.5" to 14.5"Cheek riser is thumbwheel click adjustable in .05" increments with a travel of 1.25"Free float barrel channel accepts most barrel contoursOff-hand pressure hookConstructed of our legendary high strength, carbon fiber and glass reinforced black polymerPrecision fit inlet provides excellent accuracyAluminum pillars are embedded in the stockIncludes UM style sling stud (not installed) for mounting of Harris style bipods to the forendGrip storage compartmentHex head action screws and Allen wrench includedIncludes one TYPE C - Archangel© Standard Long Action Caliber 30-06 / .270 WIN / 25-06 (7) Rd with a (5) Rd limiter black polymer magazine (AASLA5)*Weight: 4.8 poundsLifetime Warranty**Made in USAThe Archangel© AAS111SLA is an aluminum pillar bedded, fully adjustable precision stock for Savage© Model 110© / Model 111 long action rifles (and variants) chambered in Standard Long Action Calibers based on the 30-06, including the .270 WIN, and 25-06. Converts all models to a double column TYPE C detachable magazine configuration. Includes one TYPE C - Archangel© Standard Long Action Caliber 30-06 / .270 WIN / 25-06 (7) Rd with a (5) Rd limiter black polymer magazine (AASLA5)*. This weight reduced and slimmed modern precision stock is at home at the range or hunting in the field. It features an ergonomic gooseneck style grip with palm swells, and a locking storage compartment. The comfortable, ventilated forend is contoured and textured for positive retention and features two M-Lok© slots on the bottom for mounting accessories such as a rail, bi-pod or light. The click adjustable cheek riser, with a 1.25” travel in .05” increments and a length of pull of 13.5” – 14.5”, assures a proper fit to each individual. The buttstock features a textured, contoured recoil pad and off-hand pressure hook. Combined, these ergonomic features provide excellent control and feel. The varmint-barrel sized barrel channel accepts and free-floats most barrel contours. Includes a traditional style sling stud (not installed) for using a standard sling swivel on the forend, or for mounting Harris style bipods. Also features three steel QD style flush fit hardpoints for QD style sling swivels (sling swivels not included). Constructed of our legendary high strength, carbon fiber and glass reinforced black polymer, the AAS111SLA is impervious to weather and will withstand all standard gun solvents and oils. This stock is tough as nails and will deliver outstanding accuracy shot after shot, year after year. Lifetime warranty**. Made in USA NOTICE:*TYPE C - magazines are compatible with and interchangeable among the Precision Elite Long Action Stocks. Care must be taken to load the correct ammunition into the correct action or chamber. AAMLA magazines will work with MAGNUM caliber long action rifles; AASLA magazines will work with STANDARD caliber long action rifles. WARNING: Do not load ammunition into a rifle that does not match the caliber marking on the firearm.(See TYPE mag FAQ) **Lifetime Warranty protects against manufacturer defects You can buy with confidence as all of the items we sell are authentic products from their respective manufacturers. All of our products come with the same warranty as if you were to buy that item from the manufacturer directly, brand new in original packaging unless otherwise stated. We do not sell knockoffs, Guaranteed!!! We care about our customers and strive to deliver a 5 star experience. Thank you for looking. Condition:New, Return shipping will be paid by:Seller, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, For Gun Make:Savage, Specific Part:Stock, Type:Stock & Forend Parts, MPN:PMGAAS111SLA, For Gun Model:Model 110© / 111 Long Action Standard Caliber, Brand:ProMag

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Thread: archangel AAS10 stock. short action 6.5 cm

  • 05-08-2020, 06:02 PM#1

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    Thumbs Up archangel AAS10 stock. short action 6.5 cm





    just posting for the guys wanting something different than oem without spending a lot. a nice stock to be out in the weather, shooting in the real world and not care if it gets scratched or "used"

    feeds far better than it ever did with the oem DBM. by far the smoothest its ever cycled at any speed you cycle it. seems the stock and mag set up work flawless with the 6.5cm. its pillar bedded with 1" diameter pillars but im going to take it to be professionally fitted and bedded. i had to make the recoil lug recess wider and deeper to get it to fit. i have a 223 action that dropped right in. not sure why the 6.5 has a much larger lug but it did. the bolt release being on the side instead of the trigger guard is a nice change as well. mag drops free and locks in with a full 7 rounds on a closed bolt with ease and an audible click.


    im not going to say its the end all beat all. but for only $160 its a massive upgrade over the oem stock. extremely comfortable, very nice adjustments. much stiffer. if i ever want more than this ill get a chassis. but this thing is damn comfy standing and prone.
    its butt heavy but that actually helped a lot with the heavy barrel i have. the rifle just about balances at the front scope ring now
    barrel free floats and would so even if the barrel was a straight taper bull.


    its inletted for both top and bottom bolt release, and the front pillar/screw hole is slotted to fit both screw spacings. had to trim 3 threads off the screw in the front to clear the bolt when tightened. no change in zero after instal but i only fired one round at a water bottle 100 yards off. so if it did it was slight.

    at the time of the typing this it actually went down in price. go figure lol but only $10 less than i paid. shipping was $14
    https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_...stk+sav+mdl+10

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  • 05-08-2020, 11:10 PM#3

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    Thanks for posting the pics n info. What is the bedding used in these and have you had the chance to see how it shoots, accuracy wise?


  • 05-09-2020, 07:41 AM#4

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    Unfortunately for the Savage we only have the option of pillar bedded, but if you were buying this stock for the Remington 700 there's two versions one is aluminum block bedded and the other is pillar bedded. So far I've only fired two rounds out of the rifle. Before doing the swap with the stock I could Cloverleaf rounds with the proper ammo at a hundred yards. I doubt there would be any accuracy improvement over what it was already doing as it's an impressively accurate rifle to begin with. But the ergonomics and comfort as well as the angle you can bear down on the trigger are worth every penny.

    My biggest motivation is that I could never get the rifle to feed properly with the 6.5 Creedmoor. the round always seem to want to jump up above the bolt and bind in the chamber. you would have to release pressure from the bolt handle it would drop in place and then feed just fine. Tried multiple OEM magazines tried messing with feed lips. never could get it to feed properly drove me insane. As cheap as these stocks are and the fact they come with a MAG it was worth the price to see if it could solve that, while adding a bit of comfort. I still can't get over how smooth the action is in this stock. I've never owned a Savage rifle that feeds this smoothly. Running the bolt without any ammo feels the same as actually loading the rifle


  • 05-09-2020, 08:40 AM#5

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    I have an off the reservation budget build coming up shortly
    I looked at this stock and the Choate ultimate sniper. Choate
    won out with the aluminum bedding block. When it shows up,
    it going on the mill for surgery.....Fellas, I've seen this stock
    up close up on a 22/250 varmint build. For the money, it's
    under priced. Polymer has come a long way.

    Keeping my bad Karma intact since 1952


  • 05-09-2020, 11:29 AM#6

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    I had the ultimate sniper stock on a 270 I built years ago. it's butt ugly but damned functional. if I were to use a stock from that maker again it would be there Tactical looking one, for aesthetic and the fact that it's built just like the ultimate sniper, with the full-length aluminum bedding block. The only reason I didn't go with that this time, is they've honestly gotten too proud when it comes to their price. the price was fair when it was $175 it's double that today and I don't believe it's worth double as I can get an oryx chassis for slightly more at that point


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  • 05-09-2020, 07:31 PM#8

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    The archangel must work well 'cause it is ugly. Sorry, nothing personal. The Klingon rifle is a tiny bit sexier LOL

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  • 05-09-2020, 08:15 PM#9

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    lmfao to each their own. i never said it was the best looking. just very comfortable. kinda like the boyds thumbhole stock on my dad's savage A22. comfortable as hell but ugly as sin (to me)
    also got my new bolt and bolt handle in the mail today. i like it but again, not pleasing for everyone.


  • 05-09-2020, 11:02 PM#10

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    Very nice OP. Glad you are happy with it.

    A recommendation, if I could.... I’d have at doing any further bedding if I were in your shoes. Although being pillar bed, you may find no further action is required. But if so, you should do it yourself. It’s not difficult at all, and there is simply no match to the healthy dose of pride it instills.


  • 05-09-2020, 11:10 PM#11

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by nathantcView Post

    lmfao to each their own. i never said it was the best looking. just very comfortable. kinda like the boyds thumbhole stock on my dad's savage A22. comfortable as hell but ugly as sin (to me)
    also got my new bolt and bolt handle in the mail today. i like it but again, not pleasing for everyone.

    I certainly don’t think it ugly at all. Yeah, it has its own thing going on. But hey..adds uniqueness!

    After all, WHAT then on a rifle is NOT a letter of personal preference and one’s own taste? BTW, the bolt hand very nice indeed!

  • 05-09-2020, 11:19 PM#12

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    had to removed quite a bit around the recoil lug. news to me but i thought a recoil lug was a recoil lug. my rifle has a tapered one that is 1/8th longer than my other m10. that said i also need to remove some material for the tang as im going to float it as well... i could do all of this myself but the cost is so similar paying the smith vs buying everything i need and then having the time. also the local guy here does some pretty awesome work at bedding rifles. especially making damn sure the barrel sits dead center of the stock when done.


  • 05-10-2020, 12:51 AM#13

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by nathantcView Post

    lmfao to each their own. i never said it was the best looking. just very comfortable. kinda like the boyds thumbhole stock on my dad's savage A22. comfortable as hell but ugly as sin (to me)
    also got my new bolt and bolt handle in the mail today. i like it but again, not pleasing for everyone.

    Like Dave Hobecks wife said. If you like it, that's what matters.(we know its Dav's wife because Dave used to be a trouble maker and now he sweet talks everybody.) His nose is so brown his breath stinks! :)

    I actually like how they did the bolt release.

    Shoe polish, some shaped popcycle sticks, q-tips, alcohol, JB weld, frog tape and something to prep the plastic and a Dremel to clean up the mag inlet and trigger relief and you can have a very decent bedding job. Yeah, all the professional bedding epoxies are nice but JB does good too.

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  • 05-10-2020, 07:56 AM#14

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    I don't know about double the money. That Sniper stock was
    found at EAB for $219 A short time ago. I did mention mine was
    going on the mill for some (cough) tweaks....LOL That deal in
    the front that looks like a 1930's shoe horn is just wrong, and
    will be the first to go. I got something uglier in store to replace
    it.....LOL

    Keeping my bad Karma intact since 1952


  • 05-10-2020, 09:07 AM#15

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Fuj'View Post

    I don't know about double the money. That Sniper stock was
    found at EAB for $219 A short time ago. I did mention mine was
    going on the mill for some (cough) tweaks....LOL That deal in
    the front that looks like a 1930's shoe horn is just wrong, and
    will be the first to go. I got something uglier in store to replace
    it.....LOL

    hell before buying this stock, i was seeing the tactical and ultimate sniper stocks at around $300-$400 which is double what i last paid. they are nice but like this stock, they were nice for the price.
    i would like to see your mods to that stock as it goes. feel free to link your post about it when you get er done

  • 05-10-2020, 12:02 PM#16

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by nathantcView Post

    i would like to see your mods to that stock as it goes. feel free to link your post about it when you get er done

    I'll do that. Normally I'd build off an MDT chassis, but I've been wanting to
    go a different route, just for testing my wild cats and barrels. A beater so to
    speak. I got Jim sending me another target action. I never could get enough
    of those. I'll talk about one mod though.....The butt stock rail will get the
    serrations milled off, then narrowed to ride a bag as it should. If I find it too
    thin or weak, I'll do a length wise rod insert then fire up the bridgeport.

    Keeping my bad Karma intact since 1952


  • 05-10-2020, 08:43 PM#17

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  • 05-11-2020, 08:24 PM#18

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    I was yanking your chain Dave. It was all in fun. I didn't know you had a sensitive side.

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  • 05-12-2020, 07:23 PM#19

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    I would shoot it a bit before you change any bedding. I had the ultimate sniper stock and the other one and one problem existed, it weighed as much as the transmission in my 67 mustang but rigid as heck. If you are benching it or you are young and dont mind a super heavy gun the choate is really decent. The stock you have may be torque sensitive. Many of us run lighter torque on the rear screw and sometimes it makes a great difference in accuracy.

    Willing to give back for what the sport has done for me!


  • 05-12-2020, 11:34 PM#20

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by jonbearmanView Post

    I would shoot it a bit before you change any bedding. I had the ultimate sniper stock and the other one and one problem existed, it weighed as much as the transmission in my 67 mustang but rigid as heck. If you are benching it or you are young and dont mind a super heavy gun the choate is really decent. The stock you have may be torque sensitive. Many of us run lighter torque on the rear screw and sometimes it makes a great difference in accuracy.


    that is 100% why its best to free float the rear tang. it makes it quite a bit less sensitive to that. bedding a pillar bedded stock seems like a good idea to me. the pillars are a great addition but i doubt they are sufficient on their own... that said i still have no accuracy issues at all with the rifle as of yet. so i could just leave it alone. its just one of them "feel better" type of choices.

  • 05-13-2020, 08:21 AM#21

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by jonbearmanView Post

    I had the ultimate sniper stock and the other one and one problem existed, it weighed as much as the transmission in my 67 mustang but rigid as heck.

    Mine I had ordered for use as a test bench is still sitting in the box
    it was shipped in. Next free chance, I'll weigh it, strip everything
    off, and weigh it again. I did notice picking the box up off the front
    porch, it had some heft. Fred might be short changing himself for
    the shipping charges.....LOL

    Nathan.....Can you slide a dollar bill under the tang ??

    Keeping my bad Karma intact since 1952


  • 05-13-2020, 08:25 AM#22

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Fuj'View Post

    Nathan.....Can you slide a dollar bill under the tang ??

    nope, still needs to have some material removed in that area.

  • 05-13-2020, 12:46 PM#23

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    I have looked around for just a few min, but I am not finding any listing for this for 223. All I can find for the savage short action is 308 based mags.


  • 05-13-2020, 12:54 PM#24

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by JeepsAndGunsView Post

    I have looked around for just a few min, but I am not finding any listing for this for 223. All I can find for the savage short action is 308 based mags.

    contact Promag. im sure the stock is the same for 223 vs 308 as the action is the same. here is a link for the 223 mags for this stock

    https://promagindustries.com/archang...black-polymer/

  • 05-14-2020, 12:27 PM#25

    Team Savage

    Looks like most everywhere is sold out of these stocks. Prices range from $169 up to $200+. I would hate to have to buy one with the 308 mag, just to have to turn around and buy a 223 mag for another $25.
    I will try contacting them to see if they offer a stock with the 223 mag instead of the 308 mag.


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    Color: Black Fabric/Material: Polymer Gun Model: Savage Model 10 Short Action , Savage Model 11 Short Action

    Code: KA0-RK-PMASPES-AAS10-5RD

    MPN: AAS10

    UPC: 708279014437

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    Fits all Savage 10 short actions and variants from manufactured from 1986 until present .Ergonomic streamlined adjustable stock features an Integral magwell that allows factory actions to accept our double column to single column. Includes one TYPE D - Archangel Precision Short Action (7) round polymer magazine with a (5) round limiter based on the .308 WIN (AA133-05) - Constructed of high strength carbon fiber and glass reinforced black polymer.Features an ergonomic gooseneck style grip with palm swells and a locking storage compartment.Comfortable ventilated forend features M-Lok accessory slots at 3 6 and 9 O?clock and is contoured and textured for excellent control and feel.Incorporates three (3) steel flush fit hard points for quick detach style sling swivels (sling swivels not included)Length of pull is thumbwheel click adjustable from 13.5" to 14.6"Cheek riser is thumbwheel click adjustable in .05" increments with a travel of 1.5"Free float barrel channel accepts most barrel contoursOff-hand pressure hookPrecision fit inlet provides excellent accuracyAluminum pillars are embedded in the stockIncludes UM style sling stud (not installed) for mounting of Harris style bipods to the forendMagazine maximum overall length of 2.815?Includes hex head action screwsOverall Length:Weight: 3.7 poundsLifetime Warranty protects against manufacturer defectsmade in specialized factoriesNOTE : TYPE D - magazines are compatible with and interchangeable among the new Precision Elite Short Action Stocks. We will be releasing a magnum version of the short action that will be interchangeable between the standard and magnum. WARNING: Do not load ammunition into a rifle that does not match the caliber marking on the firearm.

    Specifications for ProMag Archangel Savage Precision Elite Stock:

    Color:Black
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    Gun Model:Savage Model 10 Short Action, Savage Model 11 Short Action
    Magazine Capacity:5 Round

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    Helpful Positive Review Great stock if your willing to put in some effort by Devin, Verified Owner, January 29, 2020

    Ok so I put my savage model 11 in it and was not a drop in installation by any means. With that being said if your willing to do some shaving of material then you can get it to fit and fit great. I do have to say it did take me about 2 or 3 hours to...
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    Helpful Negative Review NOT For Top Bolt Release by Gun Guy, June 11, 2019

    I just got this in for my rifle and it does NOT fit. I tried it on another rifle and NO JOY either. Both are M-10's w/ 4.4" screw spacing & top bolt release. Good Luck calling Promag. They are no help either.

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    No matter what ProMag claims, this is not inletted for the Savage Model 11 Hog Hunter. If you have a tapered action lug, it will not fit in the straight slot on the Archangel. Then when you mill out the slot to fit, you find that there is no space ...
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    ProMag AAS10 Archangel Precision Elite Stock for the Savage Model 10 / 11 Short

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    Seller:Top-Rated Plus Seller americanoptics71✉️(14,544)99.8%, Location:Shreveport, Louisiana, Ships to: US, Item:224041381630ProMag AAS10 Archangel Precision Elite Stock for the Savage Model 10 / 11 Short. ProMag Archangel® Precision Elite Stock for the Savage® Model 10 / 11 Short Action - Black Polymer Includes AA133-05 (7) Rd with (5) Rd Limiter TYPE D Magazine Description: Fits all Savage© 10 short actions and variants from manufactured from 1986 until present .Ergonomic, streamlined, adjustable stock features an Integral magwell that allows factory actions to accept our double column to single column, TYPE D detachable magazine*Constructed of our legendary high strength, carbon fiber and glass reinforced black polymerFeatures an ergonomic, gooseneck style grip with palm swells, and a locking storage compartment.Comfortable ventilated forend features M-Lok© accessory slots at 3, 6, and 9 O’clock and is contoured and textured for excellent control and feel.Incorporates three (3) steel, flush fit hard points for quick detach style sling swivels (sling swivels not included)Length of pull is thumbwheel click adjustable from 13.5" to 14.6"Cheek riser is thumbwheel click adjustable in .05" increments with a travel of 1.5"Free float barrel channel accepts most barrel contoursOff-hand pressure hookPrecision fit inlet provides excellent accuracyAluminum pillars are embedded in the stockIncludes UM style sling stud (not installed) for mounting of Harris style bipods to the forendIncludes one TYPE D - Archangel® Precision Short Action (7) round polymer magazine with a (5) round limiter based on the .308 WIN (AA133-05)*Magazine maximum overall length of 2.815”Includes hex head action screwsOverall Length:Weight: 3.7 poundsLifetime warranty**Made in USAThe Archangel© AAS10 is an aluminum pillar bedded, fully adjustable precision stock with detachable magazine for Savage© 10 and variant rifles chambered in cartridges based on the .308 / 7.62x51 with max overall length of 2.815". Includes one TYPE D - Archangel® Precision Short Action (7) round polymer magazine with a (5) round limiter based on the .308 WIN (AA133-05)*.This weight reduced and slimmed modern precision stock is at home shooting at the range or hunting in the field. The AAS10 features an ergonomic gooseneck style grip with palm swells, and a locking storage compartment. The comfortable, ventilated forend is contoured and textured for positive retention and features two M-Lok© slots on the bottom for mounting accessories such as a rail, bi-pod or light. The cheek riser is click adjustable 1.5” travel in .05” increments and length of pull of 13.5” – 14.6” assures a proper fit to each individual. The buttstock features a textured, contoured recoil pad and off-hand pressure hook. Combined, these ergonomic features provide excellent control and feel. The varmint-barrel sized barrel channel accepts and free-floats most barrel contours. Features three steel QD style flush fit hardpoints for QD style sling swivels (sling swivels not included). Constructed of our legendary high strength, carbon fiber and glass reinforced black polymer. The AAS10 is impervious to weather and will withstand all standard gun solvents and oils. This stock is tough as nails and will deliver outstanding accuracy shot after shot, year after year. Lifetime warranty. Made in USA NOTICE:*TYPE D - magazines are compatible with and interchangeable among the new Precision Elite Short Action Stocks. We will be releasing a magnum version of the short action that will be interchangeable between the standard and magnum. WARNING: Do not load ammunition into a rifle that does not match the caliber marking on the firearm. (See TYPE mag FAQ)**Lifetime Warranty protects against manufacturer defects (See Warranty) You can buy with confidence as all of the items we sell are authentic products from their respective manufacturers. All of our products come with the same warranty as if you were to buy that item from the manufacturer directly, brand new in original packaging unless otherwise stated. We do not sell knockoffs, Guaranteed!!! We care about our customers and strive to deliver a 5 star experience. Thank you for looking.Condition:New, Return shipping will be paid by:Seller, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, For Gun Make:Savage, Specific Part:Stock, Type:Stock & Forend Parts, MPN:PMGAAS10, For Gun Model:Model 10 / 11 Short Action, Brand:ProMag

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    Then I saddled it and began to enter it. At first Ilya lay quietly, and then, when I penetrated quite deeply into him, he began to moan slightly. I asked playfully, but there was no time for jokes. He obviously liked it, he echoed my jerking movements with his groans, I moved the strapon back and forth, the warm moisture of Ilya's body enveloped the "instrument".

    I got out of it.



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