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Unless your stock is broken, don't do it! The laminated stock on there is as good or better than any synthetic stock. There would be no advantage to putting plastic on that fine rifle.
I would keep a laminate stock, much superior to plastic!
i really like the stock, but i also want a rifle that can take a beating
A beat up synthetic stock usually looks worse than a worn wood stock. You can easily refinish the wood. Not so with plastic.
That stock can take as much of a beating as any. Laminated stocks are very stiff, strong, and stable.
im sticking with the laminate stock thank yall for convincing me
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