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flint
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Hello Gentlemen!

I have a Rem 700VS, short action, re-barreled into 6mmBR.
That gun is almost screaming for a heavier stock to be
introduced to F-Class.
The original HS-Precision 700VS stock is great, but seems to
be quite light for this rig.

I was considering these two:
AICS:
http://www.accuracyinternational.com/aics_kits.php
or
JAE-700 RSA:
http://www.jallenenterprises.com/jae700rsa.htm

Who had first hand experience with both?
I'd really appreciate your opinion and comparison.
Pros and Cons...

They look quite similar, but there must be some differences,
beside the price.

Thank you so much in advance!
ccg
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Go over to Snipershide.com. There is a thread on the JAE-700.

http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=1223038#Post1223038

I was interested in that stock as well a year ago. Even sent them an e-mail as I live near them and though I might go by and see them.I seems they can't get the thing into production. There have been great reviews on their M-14 stock and I have seen one at the range but the Rem 700 stock is a problem.
bwgdog
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Flint-Lots of info over on SH forum.RE the AICS platform-very well made-very proven-the 2.0 model is best as it allows you to fold stock to side and have clear access to clean bore from the rear.They are heavy-do some research on weights.Wanted to try one so purchased a 2.0-put a rem 40x 308 in it-shot the same as the bedded stock-no better/no worse.The AICS+AI systems appear to be a love/hate thing.You either love them with a passion or----. I tried mine for two months the sold it for just about what I paid for it-they hold there value very well! You really need to get behind one to try it out.barry
flint
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Thank you gentlemen!
Your input is greatly appreciated.
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