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The Legend™ Deluxe BDL

5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$349.00$439.00

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Description

MC3 The Legend™ Deluxe for Short Action for Remington 700 BDL models is constructed of a glass filled proprietary polymer. Made to accommodate Varmint/Sendero barrel contours.

Standard Configuration

  • Average weight: 4 lbs 5 oz (Carbon Fiber) 4 lbs 10 oz (Standard)
  • Average length: 30.75
  • Length of Pull: 13.5 inches (before LOP spacers)
  • Forend width 2.10 inches
  • 100% Xenolite Composite material for unmatched rigidity and stiffness
  • Aluminum Pillars bedded in during molding
  • One inch Pachymyr Decelerator pad
  • (2) Front sling studs included and installed
  • Rear QD Cup and Loop included and installed
  • Available in OD Green, Tan, and Black(Black is infused with Carbon Fiber)
  • Adjustable Cheek riser system included on Legend Deluxe
  • Adjustable length of pull spacer system included on Legend Deluxe
  • Molded to fit Varmint/Sendero Barrel contours

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 40 x 7 x 4 in
Color

Black, Olive, Tan

Action

Long, Short

6 reviews for The Legend™ Deluxe BDL

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alexander (verified owner)

    TL;DR:
    Exceptional and amazing build quality. I ordered this stock to fit on my Long Action Right Hand Mausingfield (Remington Custom Clone).

    Box Opening:
    The first thing that struck me when I pulled it out of the box was that it wasn’t lightweight and flimsy. It was solid! This was exactly what I was looking for. I built a 6.5 PRC and I wanted a rifle stock that looked great, but also had the right properties.

    Value:
    This stock EXCEEDED my expectations. The cheek rest / riser was REALLY adjustable. I could get it to go up quite a few inches and when I tightened down the rear bolts, it stayed put. Textures and grips are nicely molded, and provide a lot of leverage on the rifle.

    Installation:
    For the most part, this was really easy. Just drop and plug and play. My barrel contour is a Palma Heavy barrel, so it’s really thick. I had no problem with free floating this. I also had a barrel nut and the channel for the action is wide enough that my barrel nut didn’t have problems either. On the mausingfield action there is a SIDE bolt release. This was the only time when I had to get a small file and file an inch of the left side of the stock so I could access it. But this is not standard on regular Remington clones. Trigger was a Bergara trigger, and had no issues there. Used a Long Action BDL Hinged Floorplate and had no issues. Action screws from the factory worked fine, and I didn’t need to buy long ones. The rifle stock is pillar bedded, so there is no need to further bed the action under regular circumstances.

    Range:
    Rifle shot great (1/2 MOA 5 shots) and handled above expectations. This stock is comfortable and easy to setup. I showed it to a few of my gun buddies and they all had great things to say about it.

    I’ve messed around with Bell and Carlson, and a few other stock brands. But in the end this wipes any competition less than $1000.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alexander (verified owner)

    Box Opening:
    The first thing that struck me when I pulled it out of the box was that it wasn’t lightweight and flimsy. It was solid! This was exactly what I was looking for. I built a 6.5 PRC and I wanted a rifle stock that looked great, but also had the right properties.

    Value:
    This stock EXCEEDED my expectations. The cheek rest / riser was REALLY adjustable. I could get it to go up quite a few inches and when I tightened down the rear bolts, it stayed put. Textures and grips are nicely molded, and provide a lot of leverage on the rifle.

    Installation:
    For the most part, this was really easy. Just drop and plug and play. My barrel contour is a Palma Heavy barrel, so it’s really thick. I had no problem with free floating this. I also had a barrel nut and the channel for the action is wide enough that my barrel nut didn’t have problems either. On the mausingfield action there is a SIDE bolt release. This was the only time when I had to get a small file and file an inch of the left side of the stock so I could access it. But this is not standard on regular Remington clones. Trigger was a Bergara trigger, and had no issues there. Used a Long Action BDL Hinged Floorplate and had no issues. Action screws from the factory worked fine, and I didn’t need to buy long ones. The rifle stock is pillar bedded, so there is no need to further bed the action under regular circumstances.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    phillip naman

    I used this stock on a 6.5-284 built by Jim Gruning. Jim is a master gunsmith and was very impressed with the stock. He is quite familiar with McMillan stocks, but toi see such a solid quality polymer stock is a rairty.

    The rifle is complete and is fantastic. The stock not only looks great but is comfortable and super stable. The riser system is necessary if you are using a modern scope for proper cheek weld and it adjusts easily.

    Great Stock- so great I also have one in short action on a 243Ai!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Thompson (verified owner)

    I am impressed with this stock. For the money, it’s very firm and heavy. A little difficult to mill out for bottom metal, but just take your time and it turns out great! Nice that it’s ready for an ARCA rail.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Great value on this amazing rifle stock. I was impressed enough after my first build with this stock that I purchased a second one. It turned out to be just as impressive.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Craig Fisher (verified owner)

    Impressive, great fit and improved accuracy about sums up my feelings about this stock. You can use the same screws that were originally used to mount the stock you are replacing. I switched to stainless steel torx screws, however, because I like how they tighten better than the Allen head screws I had with the action on my 30-inch barreled custom blueprinted 300RUM. Shot a .276 MOA 5 shot group once I had it dialed in at 100yds and a .511 MOA at 200yds. Almost as good as the rifle I have mounted in its big brother that was over $1K. So 3 yesses in the categories I first mentioned. This stock is not the best one out there but, it definitely is the best one for the money spent!

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