Any you guys have a X7 in a wood stock. I saw on marlins website where they were putting the walnut to em. Any info or pictures about this? Thanks .Dirty-.30
No pics but at the SHOT show the wood on the display ones looked great.
Which calibers did you see the wood stocks on?Originally Posted by slowhandscotty
I hope the addition of the wood don't kick it up much, price wise. No doubt the walnut costs an arm and leg more than the synthetic to use. I would even like to see the bullseye put on em.
marlin's website listed only 270 and 30-06 with wood stocks both walnut and brown laminate available-i have yet to see pictures or prices-whsk
I heard the wood stocks are running for like...400 something.
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I saw them on the 30-06 and I can't recall if they were showing it on any other caliber. SorryOriginally Posted by bigjeepman
I think I might go in a few days and feel of a xl7 in 30.06, what I really wanted was a .223 if the price on a wood stock is over $100 I will pass though synthetic 30.06 maybe.
I held a couple XL7's today both 30.06 one in walnut and one in synthetic, price was $459 and $309. I was more impressed with em as ever, nothin like I thought, I had been thinking they were like a Model 7 Remington but was suprised at the full size, I want one now even more, but won't pay that for the walnut.
Did the wood stocked XL7 still have a plastic trigger guard? Truthfully it doesn't matter a lot but if I'm going to spend more for a nicer stock, would be nice to have a metal trigger guard as well.Originally Posted by .DIRTY-.THIRTY