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      Both DIP and Boyd's offer an aftermarket Trigger Guard & Floor Plate for the Savage Mark II rifles. Though they both look very similar, these company's prices seem quite different.

      Is there a difference in quality between these two products? Will the DIP Trigger Guard & Floor Plate be a better quality part since it costs more?

      Thanks,
      Cy

      DIP: http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=323657&CAT=3602

      Boyd's: http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/SAVAGE-93-E-MKII-22LR-TRIGGER-GUARD-FLOOR-PLATE-p/100-654.htm
       
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      I just put an FVSR in a Boyd's Tacticool. Bought the bottom metal kit from DIP http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=323657&CAT=3602

      I have a Mueller APV on another rifle and it's really nice. Looking for something different for the FVSR though, just to try something new. I currently have a 40mm objective scope in low rings mounted to the rail that came with it, which is actually an EGW scope base.
       
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      I just put an FVSR in a Boyd's Tacticool. Bought the bottom metal kit from DIP http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=323657&CAT=3602

      I have a Mueller APV on another rifle and it's really nice. Looking for something different for the FVSR though, just to try something new. I currently have a 40mm objective scope in low rings mounted to the rail that came with it, which is actually an EGW scope base.
      Thanks, just ordered the kit from DIP and the tacticool stock from Boyd's. Gonna see if I can paint the stock when it comes in.

      Now just need to decide on scope base, rings, and scope.
       
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      Hey guys, new to the FVSR. I actually don't have it yet, waiting on the background check to clear.

      Question I have is regarding installation of the Boyd's stocks. I read about some lower metal piece. What is that all about? What all is needed after buying a Boyd's stock? Links would be greatly appreciated as well. :)
      Get the DIP lower metal kit. You will need the trigger guard and magazine plate. Here is the link.

      http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=323657&CAT=3602
       
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      That's where I got mine from a couple weeks ago. I put the Tacticool stock on and it went from feeling like a cheap toy to a real gun. I also bought the DIP kit for wood stocks and the trigger guard all together. It has everything you need to work with the new stock:

      http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=323657&CAT=3602

      You could also use the varmint or thumbhole stock as well.
       
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      There is a difference in the magazine cut out size on the DIP bottom metal...The 93 version suits the 22Magnum & the Mark II version suits the 22LR.

      This is the one which fits the Mark II:

      http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=323657&CAT=3602

      Here is the Mark II version on my Boyds pepper Rim Fire Hunter:



      Others will be along to-night to confirm this I hope. Bob at DIP is a great fellow so if you have any concerns, give him a call...I've bought a lot of gear from DIP and always found them willing to help:bthumb:
       
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