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Old 09-19-2020, 07:38 AM
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will a 541-s stock fit a 591 remington rifle ?



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I heard that a 541-s stock will fit a 591 on various forums but no details are given.
I need details on the fit and fitting of a 541-s stock to a 591 rifle if it can be done.
Getting the parts together to upgrade/fix up a beater 591 rifle for my winter project this year.
Boyd's makes the 541-s laminated stocks and I figured I will go that route if it will work.
A 591 glass bedded in a Boyd's lam stock is what I want.
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I can do some measuring later today if nobody gets it done before then.
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Should be a drop in fit. Picture is 591 in center with 581 on each side. 581 is a drop in for 541 also.
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Hush is right, the only thing different is your bottom metal. The magazine well is longer.
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Old 09-19-2020, 08:53 PM
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Bottom metal is a go then.
Thanks for posting the pics
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Good on ya HUSH.
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This is good info to know. Thanks guys. I am looking at a 591 that is in really good shape, but it is nice to know there are other options.
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The thing I like on the 5mms is the grip cap. Just makes it look a little better.
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Wonder if one of the Boyds options would give a better cheek weld with a scope

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Old 09-21-2020, 08:12 PM
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The barrel channel would be slightly wider on the 541 stock so no problem for floating a 591 barrel.glass bed the first 3-4 inches of barrel.

I may go with this style of stock.
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