Magpul Bolt Action Magazine Well for the Remington 700

Earlier this year Magpul debuted their new Hunter 700 Stock for the Remington 700 rifle,¬†they also have a polymer magwell for their new stock on the way that allows you to use detachable box magazines. Their new Bolt Action Mag Well is a drop-in part that’s easy to install without any gunsmithing required. Magpul’s new magwell is compatible with AICS pattern short action magazines. It retails for $69.95 and will be available this summer. Check out for more info.

The Magpul Bolt Action Magazine Well is a drop-in solution for our Remington 700 Hunter Stock for those that are wishing to add detachable box magazine capabilities to their rifle. By simply removing your OEM bottom metal and the insert on the Hunter 700 Stock, users can add this reinforced polymer trigger guard and magazine well to their rifle without the need for custom inletting from gunsmiths. Designed to work with AICS pattern, short action magazines. This kit also includes one Magpul PMAG 5 7.62 AC. Made in the USA.

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  • Eric S.

    They announced this at the same time they rolled out the stock. I was hoping you guys were going to give more info than what MagPul’s website has had since January.

  • bk

    The real question(s): Will this work with a non-Magpul stock (I assume it will) and will other drop-in magazine solutions work with the Magpul stock.

    • Eric S

      MagPul said it would work with other stocks with inletting and gunsmith fitting. I’d like to know if they will release a inlet pattern with it, or if it conforms to other established patterns (Badger B5, for example).

  • Spencerhut

    Still have not seen any available in distribution for us to buy. I have 700 I’m working on right now I could try it out on.


    EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT!! Magpul gets served by Mossberg and doesn’t know how to handle it.

    • G0rdon_Fr33man

      Should make one for the MVP…

    • 360_AD

      More like Remington got served by Mossberg. Magpul is not a firearms manufacturer like Mossberg, but an manufacturer of accessories.

      You are confused. Go back to bed.


        I’m just going to leave this here……

    • Spencerhut

      Sure, buy extra extractors for your Mossy. You will need them.

  • Budogunner

    I hope they expand to offer this stock for Savages. Remington is on my boycott list.

    They added Mossberg shot gun furniture, so I will keep my fingers crossed.

    • Bill

      The Savage Scout needs this bad.

      • sauerquint

        Savage has more than one box mag version, what are you talking about?

        • Bill

          I have the original Model 10 in .308 that sees use as a patrol/utility rifle occasionally. I’d like to be able to use an AI or some other mag, doesn’t need to be more than 10 rounds. Ruger and Mossberg are quickly moving ahead of Savage in the Scout and pseudo-Scout market.

  • Joe


    • 360_AD

      Try reading the article.

    • Spencerhut


  • Nicks87

    Another win for MagPul. These cost about half as much as their aluminum competitors.

    • ostiariusalpha

      The magwell + magazine has an MSRP of $69.95; so you know that when they release just the mags, the price will be somewhere in the 20s. This is going to be great news for anyone considering or already invested in the AICS-style magwell.

  • uisconfruzed

    I want Savage to do this with their Hog Hunter, I’d scoop one up!