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I did quite a lot of research looking for places that will inlet Model 54 and 64 Anschutz actions. Some inlet 54, others 64 and a very few do both. Here is the list I have come up with so far. I will add more once I have located them. Hopefully this will become a sticky so others don't have to do as much hunting for this information.

The below makers all make one or the other of, left shooter, right action, left shooter, left action and right hand versions.

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Stock Interchangeability information

1710, 1712, 1720 and 1730 interchange

From Canster - Dean, all 1700 series stocks will interchange,provided that they are for the same style of safety and the same barrel contour. Standard barrel channels will need to be opened up for heavy barrels. Some early side safety guns use the same basic stock pattern as the earlier wing safety stocks, so they will work with wing safety action stocks. Later side safety stocks will not work with the wing safety action stocks unless a channel is cut on the right side to accommodate the side safety mechanism.

1727 22 RF and the 1827 Biathlon and 1927 fast fire stocks interchange. You can also put the action in any 1900 single shot stock but the magazine well and front recoil lug (1727 action only) will need to be inlet and the stock adjusted for the Fortner bolt and safety.

The 54.18 and the 54.18 MSR will fit into any 1900 series stock as long as you inlet the magazine for the MSR.

1700 Match 54 Repeater vs. Match 54 Single Shot ( 1900 Series) Action Design From Anschutz Site http://www.anschutznorthamerica.com/...questions.html

We get this question a lot about if a 1700 series will fit in a Match 54 stock from a 1900 series, or if a 1900 series can be fit into a 1710 or 1712 stock. The short answer is no; they are different.

With both actions stripped of triggers, they give the initial impression that you can. They are very similar in length and the same OD, but there are two very critical details which prevent this.

To help show this, here are a few photos below. The screws threaded into the action show where the action screws are located.

The 5018 trigger mounted on the 1913 sits much further back on the action, very close to the end of the tang. To fit this in a Sporter stock ( 1700 series ) requires considerable wood removal. Most Sporter stocks will not allow this and become too weak in that area.



This may also help the question about swapping triggers between these models; it cannot be done. The photos below show why.




Will an 1807 barreled action fit a 1413 or 1411 stock?


From Thomasconnor You'll have to inlet for the trigger. A bit to the rear and a lot for the side safety, which if removed requires much less work. The lower stock below has been inlet for 18XX and 19XX actions...Tom



Inletting for a 54.18 MSR

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All model 64 repeaters prior to 2015 interchange. All single shot 64 actions interchange before 2015.

After 2015 the action is slightly larger in diameter. 1415/1417/1516/1617 and MPR all interchange with exception of barrel diameter.

Model 64 R Benchrest



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ANSCHÜTZ North America - Now Has A Custom shop operation that also does Stocks. Not cheap but very nice work. They do not take customer orders, rifles must be factory new when they enter the Custom shop and are then bought by a customer.


GSI Building
7661 Commerce LN
Trussville, AL 35173-2837
Phone: 205-655-7500, and 205-655-7502
Sales: [email protected]
General Information: [email protected]
Service & Repairs: [email protected]

Baer Custom Rifles - Make a large selection of Target stocks and some REALLY cool all aluminum ones.
http://www.baercustomrifles.com/

Boyd's Rifle Stock - So far only for the Anschutz 64 action in right hand. Sept 2015
http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/FindAS...on=25&Shape=1C

Brown Precisison
http://www.brownprecision.com/brown-...ion-stocks.htm

Kelby Stocks - makes 54 BR and other styles.
http://www.kelbly.com/stocks-kelbly-brfb-hcfb.html

McMillan Rifle Stocks
http://www.mcmfamily.com/mcmillan-stocks.php

Don Stith
http://www.donstith.com/
corrected email [email protected] the one on the site doesn't work.

Great American Gunstock Company
http://www.gunstocks.com/

Aug 2015 Update The Great American Gunstock Co. is no longer manufacturing gunstocks.
We have a limited inventory of stocks which we are selling at reduced prices and you can reach us at the following number:
(530) 632-9834
Henry L. Pohl

Most of the assets--machinery, patterns, tooling, etc. have been purchased by...
Walnut Grove Gunstocks
711 Hale Rd.
Weiser, Idaho 83673
(208) 549-1323

You can contact them about your custom gunstock needs...
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Richards Microfit - The Actions are not listed but they do them if you talk to them.
http://www.rifle-stocks.com/

Master Class Stocks (814) 742-7868.
http://www.masterclassstocks.com/stocks.html

MPI Gunstocks
http://www.mpistocks.com/index.htm

Shehane Tracker Stocks
http://scopeusout.com/custom-rifle-s...racker-prices/

Canyon Creek - Expensive but truly beautiful Custom Walnut stocks
http://www.canyoncreekgunstocks.com/...egory=&Search=

Thanks to NMC EXP - Another custom rifle builder and stock maker for your list is:

Doan Trevor http://doantrevor.com/

Staffordshire Synthetic Stocks - England http://www.staffs-synthetic-stocks.co.uk/index.shtml

TM Stock Works http://www.tmss.net/home.html

From Bronco - Just got back from the 2017 shot Show where I found MDT, mdttac.com that makes chassis for 54 and 64 actions. Uses AR stock and pistol grip. LSS-22 chassis also made for Ruger American, Browning T-bolt, CZ 455, and Savage Mark II. Have one on order for a 1710 DHB, will report when I've had a chance to test it out.

Modular Driven Technologies https://mdttac.ca/ Cost of Chassis $400. No evidence of Left hand for 54 or 64 actions so a call may be necessary.

Manners Composit Stocks - MCS https://mannersstocks.com/catalogsea...hutz+64+action
Many choices of stock for the 54 and 64 action.
We are currently in contract with Anschutz so we are unable to sell to the public, but if you would like one you can order directly through Anschutz North America. Thank you

Taelor
1232 Swift Ave | Kansas City MO 64116
816.283.3334 | [email protected]
www.mannersstocks.com
Added May 2017

Gunville Stocks http://www.gunville.com/ Will Duplicate your stock and provides inletted stocks for 54 and 64 actions. Added May 2017

MCRS Tactical CNC made stocks.http://www.mcrstactical.com 403-401-1313. They currently do Biathlon stocks for most 22s, Will produce stocks in wood (Walnut, Cherry, Maple), or composite. They make a wide selection of F-class, BR, Hunting and Tactical stocks. Their prices are Canadian so you save 35%, They will assist in filling out the BTF Import form at no charge.

Zorrow Stock Maker
Custom Stocks in 54 and 64 actions. Excels in bench rest configurations but will do all requests.
The picture of the Model 64R benchrest above is one of his.
Email = [email protected]
Phone = 425-344-1602

Carl Bernosky http://www.carlbernosky.com.

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I have a McMillan and had a Richards Microfit (a lot of finishing work), but LeRoy has done a Winchester 52B, Kimber 82A, Cooper 21 Varmint Extreme and a CZ527FS for me -- they are all works of art! There are several stock style options too. And Camster here has had a few Annies done at Canyon Creek as well. I'm sure you can pay less but you won't get any better. Whether the import hassles make it worth it is another question.

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Leroy has done stocks for our friends north of the border.Perhaps one of them can answer this question,but I imagine that he has to do sort of a generic fit,as it's too difficult to send an action south for a proper bedding?
I certainly pleased with the stocks that Canyon Creek has done for me.
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Thank You for the links. I have been searching high and low for these darn stocks. As a lefty with a right hand action it hasn't been easy, I really appreciate you sharing what you've found.
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Maybe an idiot question, but I called up Richards to order a micro-fit stock and they say they only had an inlet for a 54. Are the inlets (much)different between the 54 and 64? I am very new to these rifles and trying to learn as I go.
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Maybe an idiot question, but I called up Richards to order a micro-fit stock and they say they only had an inlet for a 54. Are the inlets (much)different between the 54 and 64? I am very new to these rifles and trying to learn as I go.
I think "different" always translates into much different.
For starters,some of the factors would be length of receiver,diameter of receiver,location of bolt,location of safety,action screw location,.
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I very much appreciate the work Dean has done to put his list together however I must gripe that it is not accurate in the statement that all of those manufacturers make stocks for Match64 rifles or left handed versions.

Having contacted some of these makers they either have completely ignored me (Master Class Stocks) or blown me off saying they only do a model 54 action (Richards). I was hoping I could find a relatively cheap replacement stock but as of now have had no luck whatsoever.
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I very much appreciate the work Dean has done to put his list together however I must gripe that it is not accurate in the statement that all of those manufacturers make stocks for Match64 rifles or left handed versions.

Having contacted some of these makers they either have completely ignored me (Master Class Stocks) or blown me off saying they only do a model 54 action (Richards). I was hoping I could find a relatively cheap replacement stock but as of now have had no luck whatsoever.
If stock makers prefer to limit the number of different actions they build for, that is their right. No one builds stocks for every action. The folks at Richards Microfit were not blowing you off. They were just letting you know they do not make what you are looking to buy. I had an excellent left handed thumbhole varmint stock from Richards Microfit on my Savage 93R17. It came needing final fitting and a finish, like most do that come from similar companies.

Part of your problem may be in the fact that you are searching for a 'relatively cheap replacement stock'. I have bought several replacement stocks from different sellers. None of them could be called cheap, by any stretch of the imagination.

My three Don Stith stocks (two 54 action and one CZ) each came with the bolt handle channel needing to be cut and therefore could be called ambidextrous. The same was true of my Kelbly stock. The wood stocks also needed to be bedded and to have the customer apply the final finish. I had everything other than the sanding and finishing done professionally by Russ Haydon.

The cheapest stocks I have ever bought were used stocks from RFC members. One member sold me a beautiful varmint stock for my LH Precision 10/22 M. Most recently an RFC Member sold me a custom BR stock for my Martini MK II. I suggest you check out the RFC Trading post.

With a bit of patience and careful research, you could find a decent stock for any rifle. It might not be cheap. Dean2's list is a good place to start your search.
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I very much appreciate the work Dean has done to put his list together however I must gripe that it is not accurate in the statement that all of those manufacturers make stocks for Match64 rifles or left handed versions.

Having contacted some of these makers they either have completely ignored me (Master Class Stocks) or blown me off saying they only do a model 54 action (Richards). I was hoping I could find a relatively cheap replacement stock but as of now have had no luck whatsoever.
I edited the original post to clarify that some inlet 54, some 64 and a very few do both. The 54 is the more common, easier, inlet to find because that is the one people typically are willing to spend money.

Despite this list I ended up going to a local Alberta stock duplicator to get a left hand, right action walnut prone stock for a 54 Match repeater, heavy barrel receiver. It took a lot of final inletting, Devcon bed job and finishing, and isn't actually done yet, but it was $225 including a decent piece of wood. The best I could find elsewhere was over $600. "Cheap" replacement is a relative thing.
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If stock makers prefer to limit the number of different actions they build for, that is their right. No one builds stocks for every action. The folks at Richards Microfit were not blowing you off. They were just letting you know they do not make what you are looking to buy. I had an excellent left handed thumbhole varmint stock from Richards Microfit on my Savage 93R17. It came needing final fitting and a finish, like most do that come from similar companies.

Part of your problem may be in the fact that you are searching for a 'relatively cheap replacement stock'. I have bought several replacement stocks from different sellers. None of them could be called cheap, by any stretch of the imagination.

My three Don Stith stocks (two 54 action and one CZ) each came with the bolt handle channel needing to be cut and therefore could be called ambidextrous. The same was true of my Kelbly stock. The wood stocks also needed to be bedded and to have the customer apply the final finish. I had everything other than the sanding and finishing done professionally by Russ Haydon.

The cheapest stocks I have ever bought were used stocks from RFC members. One member sold me a beautiful varmint stock for my LH Precision 10/22 M. Most recently an RFC Member sold me a custom BR stock for my Martini MK II. I suggest you check out the RFC Trading post.

With a bit of patience and careful research, you could find a decent stock for any rifle. It might not be cheap. Dean2's list is a good place to start your search.
You misunderstand me. I'm not upset with Dean nor the manufacturers. I was letting Dean know that the list was advertised incorrectly as all making stocks for Model 64 rifles in left hand,right hand, left action and right action. The Original post has been changed to address that. I was hoping not to spend $600 on a stock for a rifle I just purchased for 2/3rds of that. I don't expect a plug and play stock either. I have no issue sanding or cutting to adjust, but as a total rookie to these rifles I am NOT comfortable buying a stock for a different model and trying to hack it into shape for me.

I must thank Dean again very much for the research he has done. Though my search hasn't been fruitful yet he has me looking in other directions than I would have known about.

Last note, Henry at Great American Gun Stocks has been leading me on for the last 2 months about making a stock. Not very good CS to me at all.
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What can I say? I'm just a grumpy old man.

No you aren't and I appreciate you weighing in. I also take no offense at what maksimus54 posted as it allowed me to provide much needed clarification on the original post.

Anschutz is a unique enough gun that finding anything for them is a challenge, finding replacement stocks or especially left had stuff only adds to the fun. I am hoping others will post stuff they find and I will update the original post to include it so everyone can benefit. It takes hours of research to find this info so the more people that can help out populating this sticky with detailed info the happier I and all the other Annie aficionados will be. It is all good. We are just a bunch of unique people trying to help each other out. No offense needs be given or taken because I am POSITIVE none was meant.

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trade LH for RH model 54 1413

I understand the frustration here, especially for a southpaw. Oddly, I just inherited a Model 54 Supermatch 1413, made in the 1960s, with a lefthanded thumbhole stock that I would dearly love to trade for a right handed stock of some sort.

As a new member, I'll have to find out if there is an equipment exchange function on this site.....
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You misunderstand me. I'm not upset with Dean nor the manufacturers. I was letting Dean know that the list was advertised incorrectly as all making stocks for Model 64 rifles in left hand,right hand, left action and right action. The Original post has been changed to address that. I was hoping not to spend $600 on a stock for a rifle I just purchased for 2/3rds of that. I don't expect a plug and play stock either. I have no issue sanding or cutting to adjust, but as a total rookie to these rifles I am NOT comfortable buying a stock for a different model and trying to hack it into shape for me.

I must thank Dean again very much for the research he has done. Though my search hasn't been fruitful yet he has me looking in other directions than I would have known about.

Last note, Henry at Great American Gun Stocks has been leading me on for the last 2 months about making a stock. Not very good CS to me at all.
In a sense,you've answered your own question.Others also,are not willing to spend 600 for a stock either,when they just purchased a complete rifle for 400.And frankly in the custom stock world,that 600 is a pittance.A decent blank can consume much of that,never mind the stockmaker's time.Duping out a generic stock is one time.Inletting it for an action is where the skill is required.I won't even go into the finishing process or checkering.
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I very much appreciate the work Dean has done to put his list together however I must gripe that it is not accurate in the statement that all of those manufacturers make stocks for Match64 rifles or left handed versions.

Having contacted some of these makers they either have completely ignored me (Master Class Stocks) or blown me off saying they only do a model 54 action (Richards). I was hoping I could find a relatively cheap replacement stock but as of now have had no luck whatsoever.
Pretty sure Master Class went belly up.
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