I recently put my clip fed Savage 110 into a Boyd's blind mag stock. I sort of rigged up my own solution to the problem. I took the magazine and popped the bottom of it off with a screwdriver and a hammer (I know, sophisticated, huh?
) The magazine follower, with spring, should fall out at that point. Then I knocked out the pin that held the spring loaded bar on the magazine holder, the part that is actually connected to the action. Then I just pushed the magazine box, minus it's bottom, into the magazine holder, and put the follower in behind that, and then put it all in the stock. The follower spring now just pushes up off the floor of the stock rather than the detachable mag floor.
The only other modifications I had to make were to open the inside of the stock magazine with a dremel tool to accomodate the bumps on the magazine holder that held the spring loaded bar, and I polished the lips on top of the magazine box with a dremel tool when I put the action back in the stock because the bolt was binding just a little bit with the chnaged pressure from the new stock.
Having said all this, you could instead order a new box magzine assembly and follower from www.gunpartscorp.com
, knock the old magazine holder out of the magazine with a mallet, and knock the new one in with a mallet. I've been told this can be done, but I'm not sure exactly how. Hopefully someone on this forum will know how to do this. My method has been effective but is admittedly a little crude.