For Savage Long action 110(110 thru 116 Series) Series Stagger feed Rifles, Use this DBM System. It allows use of AI 300 Win Mag or 338 Lapua magazines. Stagger feed rifles have the original factory mag box attached to the action, so if there's nothing attached to your action, use the Center Feed DBM in our store. Install is required, and we can provide inletting and install services as well. Installs are free at CDiPrecision, so click Install option and send your rifle in for install. Easy and fast. 3 week turnaround or faster. US Addresses only. Mags Must be purchased Separately.
Perfect Addition for My Frankenstein Build
Posted by Cameltan78 on 8th Aug 2016
Backstory: Back in 2009 I bought a 111FC package gun (center feed, DBM) in .30-06 new off the shelf at Dick's. I did everything in my power to make it "tacti-cool" before realizing the .30-06 isn't the cartridge I wanted to shoot at a distance. So I bought a Boyd's stock for that one and turned it into a blind mag, sporting arm. But what to do with the Hogue OM stock and all the other stuff I bought for it that was now laying around collecting dust???
Well ever since I bought that gun I was totally sold on Savages, so I decided to get another 111 only in .300 WinMag, but without the plastic mag'd Axis stock setups the new ones come with. So after almost a year of searching the used rack any time I went to any FFL, I finally found exactly what I was looking for. Only problem was it's an older, staggered feed, blind mag setup. I wasn't sure what I was going to do since all I planned to do was swap the stocks and call it a day (until I realized I couldn't find a center feed .300 WinMag anywhere, so I'd better just grab this one while I had the chance).
Enter CDI Precision Gunworks. I wasn't quite 100% sure which model I should go with that would work with my staggered feed receiver in a center feed stock like the Hogue OM, and I opted to install it myself even though CDI is awesome and will inlet it for free! But I took a chance on this one since it matched my receiver style and I figured the receiver is more important than the stock, and it only took about 5 minutes with a dremel tool to remove the extra 1/8" I needed for this baby to bolt right in. The long actions being all the same as far as action screw spacing made things pretty easy, and I already had a somewhat inlet stock with the Hogue stock, so it was no biggie to sand off barely anything here and there to make it fit (I was mainly sanding the rubber out of the way). My only hesitation would be mag height in relation to the receiver/feed ramps, but CDI took care of that with simple instructions to change the mag height by shaving the release. Luckily I didn't have to do any of that, and she feeds/ejects like a dream with every round/mag I've loaded into it so far.
Long story short, this baby is worth every penny you'll spend on it. A lot of engineering went into this piece and it definitely shows in both function and aesthetics.