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Old 02-01-2017, 12:59 PM
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I have a titan stock and kidd barrel / guts, but still have factory receiver. Is there anyway I can add the rear tang to the factory receiver ?
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Old 02-01-2017, 01:32 PM
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Yes there is. If you have a mill or you are real good with a drill press. There is a thread by Azguy that explains how and all the dimensions. I had a local smith do mine for me and cost $50. 00 Bucks. I think Azguy does them also.

Allow me! If you want few or no problems with fitment, I have found that the Kidd receiver on a Titan with rear hold down is the ticket. The Ruger actions I have tried and currently have in a Titan took some filing. Not a big deal if you have the patience.

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Old 02-01-2017, 01:34 PM
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I have a titan stock and kidd barrel / guts, but still have factory receiver. Is there anyway I can add the rear tang to the factory receiver ?
Pretty sure that's exactly the kind of stuff "azguy" does. And if I remember correctly I think "SGW Gunsmith" just drilled a factory receiver for a rear mount.
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Old 02-04-2017, 01:16 PM
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This is my new build. I plan on using it as a platform for testing barrels etc. Naming it Robert E. Lee.
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Old 02-04-2017, 05:32 PM
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CPC can mill for a rear tang also. That's who did my LVT I have in a Titan stock.
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Old 03-24-2017, 03:21 PM
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Old 03-24-2017, 11:47 PM
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I just installed my 10/22 with a Ruger receiver in my new Titan stock. I tightened the action screw to 24 in-lb. Applying the test for movement prescribed in the Titan instructions, I found absolutely none, so I didn't even install the set screw. The gun then shot a 1/2 MOA group at 25 yards with Eley Club using only a bipod with no rear bag. Is there anything to be gained by replacing the stock receiver with a Kidd and installing the Tiran rear tang?
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I find my hand is a little too small for the Titan stock grip. My trigger finger has to reach forward to position properly on the trigger. Any suggestions on how to bring my grip forward? Fillers, stick on types?

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Old 03-25-2017, 07:33 PM
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say billysue if you take off that part on the forend underneath can you attach something to make it available to place the stock into a Anschutz rail so that I can shoot it off a bipod Remple or do I have to get something made

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Old 03-25-2017, 08:36 PM
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say billysue if you take off that part on the forend underneath can you attach something to make it available to place the stock into a Anschutz rail so that I can shoot it off a bipod Remple or do I have to get something made

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If I understand your question --- yes! I've never used a bipod so my knowledge is limited. Check the web site for the Titan and I believe there is a picture of one with the bipod attached. Seems like some others here have bipods on their Titan stocks.
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I find my hand is a little too small for the Titan stock grip. My trigger finger has to reach forward to position properly on the trigger. Any suggestions on how to bring my grip forward? Fillers, stick on types?

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You could try a method long distance rifle shooters use. Instead of wrapping your hand around the grip, put your thumb on the same side of the grip as the rest of your fingers.

By keeping your hand on one side of the grip, you'll have a longer reach for your trigger finger.

An illustration of how that applies to accuracy, wrap your firing hand around your other wrist, now use your index finger as if you're pressing the trigger, you can feel pressure all around your wrist, that can throw your shots at distance.
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You could try a method long distance rifle shooters use. Instead of wrapping your hand around the grip, put your thumb on the same side of the grip as the rest of your fingers.

By keeping your hand on one side of the grip, you'll have a longer reach for your trigger finger.

An illustration of how that applies to accuracy, wrap your firing hand around your other wrist, now use your index finger as if you're pressing the trigger, you can feel pressure all around your wrist, that can throw your shots at distance.
This is how almost all precision bolt shooter hold/shoot their rifles. It's a very good position, keeps your finger perpendicular with the trigger face with gives great consistent shot breaks.
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Hey European 10/22 shooters-

We now have a dealer in Sweden who has a bunch of inventory. I'm not familiar with EU shipping laws but I think you should be able to order directly from him if you are in the EU.

http://www.scr.nu

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Old 04-17-2017, 08:09 PM
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The rear anchor for Kidd receiver arrived today. To remove the original rear anchor it looks like I need a 3 mm hex bit?
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