Legendary Arms Works Stocks
We exclusively use Legendary Arms Works (formerly High Tech Specialties) Stocks!: All stocks are “custom made” by skilled technicians using advance formula epoxy resins selected for maximum strength and durability. The stock is made with continuous multi-stage layers of “e-glass” fiberglass with reinforcement in critical areas. The action area is a solid epoxy and glass composite yielding very high tensile and compression strength. The stock is made by pressure lamination with mold parting lines on the top and bottom. Structural urethane foam is used in the butt and forearm to reduce weight and maintain strength. Each stock is individually “handcrafted” and our stocks are built with an emphasis on quality, not quantity. Our 20 years of stock building experience produces an end result in a stock that looks, feels, fits and performs like it was intended.
Bedding: Our stocks are constructed with a front aluminum bedding block and a pillar in the rear during production, which both mechanically and chemically locks the bedding to the stock and contributes significantly to accuracy.
Design: Stocks have a slender wrist section, “Classic” dimensions, with as high a comb as possible and very little drop at the heel – average 9/16 of an inch. Customers handling our rifles especially note the distinctive “feel” that makes the Legendary Arms Work rifle unique.
Recoil: Due to the internal construction of our stocks, they do not transmit energy in the same manner as wood or injection molded stocks. The structural urethane foam making up the inner core changes the time duration over which energy is transmitted to the shooter. Spreading the energy transmission over a longer period of time contributes to less felt recoil on the shooter.
Length of Pull (LOP): Our stocks are built with a 13 ½ inch LOP. Each stock utilizes a 1″ Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad permanently installed on the butt of the stock.
Sling Swivel Studs: Legendary Arms Works stocks are factory equipped with sling swivel studs. These studs are backed with internal aluminum anchors molded into the stock for maximum strength.