Stocky's NextGen Ultra Carbon™ Hunter VG (Vertical Grip) Composite Accublock® Stocks - Remington 700

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VGH-700
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Our new 700 VG Hunter is a classic vertical grip hand laminated sporting riflestock designed specifically to the profile of Remington 700 rifles as well as the various precision receivers. It is the choice for the rifleman that wants to shed every ounce possible in a short or long action receiver.

 Weighing in at just 26 ounces, it is our lightest, handiest Vertical Grip for the demanding 700 precision rifle hunter.

 Nominal Specs:

L.O.P. 13.5”

O.A.L. 30”
Nominal Weight 700g (24 oz)
Recoil Reduction via SVL Limbsaver pad

Stocky’s Take: This is the smaller, lighter brother to our full-size VG2, designed for those that wish to shed every last ounce of weight but still maintain the fast-handling, precision-holding appeal of the renowned VG2. It is ideal for 18” to 24” barrels popular in these lightweight builds, but still looks great with the 26” units. Comes in both the BDL as well as the PTG AICS detachable conversion triggerguards.

Just as with our newest 700 Hunter, the VG Hunter comes in both 700 and non-700 versions. We also make a version called the Vertical Grip Mini (VGM) scaled down for the various mini receivers such as the Howa and the Modern Seven Remington.

 - VG2 - despite the name this was our first CF Vertical Grip stock offered. It is best identified by the “swoop” on its forend and its 31.25” overall length. Offered for Remington 700 / precision clones as well as many other factory rifles. Perfect for the longest and thickest barrels incl. Proof CF Sendero.

 - UltraCarbon 700 VG Hunter (VGH) - this is a lighter, slightly shorter (29.5”) version tailored for receivers such as the Howa 1500 and Tikka T3x. These are generally available in sporting, varmint and factory carbon barrel channels with factory OEM triggerguards.

 - NEW UltraCarbon 700 Vertical Grip Hunter - (this stock) this is the famous Hunter 1500 stock adjusted to fit the Remington 700 Precision Receivers perfectly. The grip-to-tang region is streamlined to precisely follow the contour of the factory 700 and aftermarket precision metal.

Stocky's offers a limited lifetime warranty on all in house products. We are so confident in the integrity of your new stock if your stock breaks (for any reason other than intentional) return it and we will replace it for you at no charge.
Brand:
Stockys
Overall Length:
30"
Length of Pull:
13.5"
Weight:
26 oz
Forend Width:
2"
Max Barrel Contour:
Can be opened up to 1.25" straight

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  • 5
    Awesome Hunter VG rem 700 stock

    Posted by Clayton on May 20th 2024

    I dropped a Bergara 7mm RM into stock, torqued to 45 inch/pounds, and first 3 shots went .405" with nearly zero POI shift. Stock is very rigid and distance to to trigger is not long at all. Ergonomics are very good, I just wish the vertical grip was deeper so I could fit my pinky on while keeping good grip position (I do have large hands) I appreciated they did the paint in the grip areas, as the finish is not grippy. Will slide good in shooting bags though! Heads up the forearm shape is a somewhat wide and rounded with a good flat bottom surface for riding bags or mounting accessories. I plan to continue shooting without bedding unless the gun says otherwise. Turnaround on the stock was longer than forecasted, but Kim communicated great :) this stock is a fantastic value for the quality and features!

  • 5
    Vertical Grip Hunter Carbon Fiber Stock

    Posted by Terry Alger on May 2nd 2024

    Very lightweight and rigid. The inletting is near perfect. I like them so much I have purchased them for several of my rifles.

  • 4
    Carbon fiber VG

    Posted by Brian Holtmeyer on Apr 28th 2024

    Great functional stock

  • 4
    Very nice finish. The light weight is awesome!

    Posted by DAVID FRANK on Apr 2nd 2024

    Consider having a 1 inch recoil pad as an option