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  1. Johnny reb

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    I have too replace the stock on my lefthanded Montana rifle in 458 Lott does anyone have suggestions
     

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    Hi Johnny,

    Look at the above they build stock for Montana rifles... You are looking for a Winchester stock.

    Use there rifle conversion chart to get the right one.

    All you will have to do is bed the action.
     

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    Stocky is a member here, drop him a personal message. If he doesn't have a stock you are looking for, sure he could point you in the right direction.
     

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    Have a look at Accurate Innovations. Wes has built several big bore stocks for me, all with their innovative alluminium bedding chassis which "beds" the metalwork to the woodwork, no cross-bolts required. Currently I have a .500 wildcat and a .458 Lott both wearing A.I stocks, both guns have several hundred rounds through the tubes without the slightest hint of any movement. I also have a 9.3x64mm with them at the moment. Cannot recommend them highly enough.
     

  5. Johnny reb

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    Thinks for info mine cracked today and looking for a replacement
     

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    That didn't take long.... Montana won't take care of it?
     

  7. Johnny reb

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    I'm sure they will won't be able too talk too them till Monday just trying too look at options just in case
     

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    Good luck!!!
     

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    +1 if Montana doesn't take care of you.
     

  10. Royal27

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    Was just thinking about this and wondering if. Montana took care of you?

    I'm still really wanting a .458 Lott and Montana seems to be the only left hand version out there that wouldn't break me!
     

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    Took me awhile too be able too mail the gun out. Montana took care of everything for me and turnaround was quick less than 2weeks. I have no complaints the gun I have weighs 8.2lbs and shoots pretty good I have not scoped it I would buy another one
     

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    Two weeks is pretty good I think!

    It will probably be a while, but I'm all but certain this is what I'm going to get. I don't plan on putting a scope on it either.

    How do you feel about about the weight? Is 8.2 lbs heavy enough?
     

  13. Johnny reb

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    The weight thing is all personal preference. I will say the gun has a good balance and feel too it. It is fine for me you do know it when you pull the trigger. I've let 2 other people shoot it once and neither of them will shoot it again. Hope this helps
     

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    LOL!

    I know it is personal and almost didn't even ask due to that. I've never fired a Lott, but had no issue at all with a .470 NE. That gun was heavier though, which made me ask the question.

    I can always add weight if need be.

    I'm going to holler at Montana and see if I can't find a left hand AVR around here somewhere to see what I think of the fit for me personally. Don't care what the caliber is for that. Just hate to buy a big thumper like that when I haven't even held one.
     

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