By John Crump
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)-I love my Remington 700 long action rifle. It is my primary long-range shooter. The gun is chambered in .300WM, and it has an MDT Tactical LSS-XL Gen 2 Chassis. I went with an A*B Arms stock. It is perfect for me with one exception.
That one exception is that I have to remove the stock on my 700 to remove the bolt. This inconvenience makes cleaning my Remington a real pain in my butt. Not only that but every time I have to clean my gun I have to spend valuable time on the range to adjust my stock back to my preferred position.
I have been looking for a solution to my “stock” issue. Luckily for me, MDT Tactical released folding stock adapters. These adapters let the user fold their stock to the side of their rifle similar to a side folding AK. When I saw the new accessories, I was very intrigued.
The stock on my rifle connects to the MDT chassis by using a standard AR-15 carbine buffer tube. The using of AR-15 buffer tubes on precision rifles chassis isn’t unique to the MDT Tactical variety. In fact, most of …Read the Rest