Originally Posted by harleyslapper
I just purchased the exact same gun and caliber. I've looked on a number of websites but have had no luck either. If you find something, post it here please!
Nice purchase! I'm steadily impressed with the stevens lately, i'm hitting 2 inch targets at 230 yards now with my Nikon Prostaff, I love the thing especially for under 500 for the whole set up.
This is what i've been hearing lately for stocks. jpattersonnh
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: South Central NH
Richards Micro fit
The Boyds website has the correct measurements to determine what action you have. http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/Classi...avage-s/35.htm 260remguy
Join Date: Feb 2009
Assuming that they both have blind magazines, the short action Savage 10/11/12/14/16 with fit the short action Stevens 200s and the long action Savage 110/111/112/114/116 with fit the long action Stevens 200s.
I bought a Savage 11FNS youth package gun in 204 for a little over $300 on Gun Broker and swapped a full-length short action Stevens 200 stock onto it that I bought on eBay for $25.
If you want a laminated stock, I'd suggest going with a Savage factory stock or a Boyd's JRS. Richards Microfit stock require a lot of work and about 1/2 the time the inletting is either too little (not such a bad thing) or too much (never a good thing). Boyd's JRS laminated stocks are heavy, so probably not the best thing for a rifle that you're planning to carry very often or very far. McMillan makes a nice synthetic stock for the Savage 11 and 110 actions, but most folks aren't going to put a $400 stock on a Savage.