I'll talk to HS about it and get an order number for you for those stocks. I personally like the swell and I have large hands but I shoot differently than most people do it in terms of hand position. The swell is actually what I grip rather than "wrap" the grip the area. Anyway I'll get something together for you.
I shot some factory and hand loads today and over the chrono so here's what they were and what they did. Also, keep in mind my chamber is a bit different than normal so I recommend that you don't use my loads as they are fall and above maximum in any book.
Factory Federal 160gr Barnes Triple Shock
Group- 0.668" outside to outside
Factory Nosler 160gr AccuBond
Group - 0.429" outside to outside
I was amazed at the speed from these, the box rated at 3075 fps, I shot 4 over the chrono to make sure and they all were within 8 fps.
Handloads all 168 Bergers hunting #28570, set 0.020" off the lands COAL of 3.680" (3.467" to the ogive) and all using Retumbo and Fed 215M and nosler brass, 5 shot groups, 3 shots over chrono.
Load 1- 79.0grs 3178 fps, 0.887"
Load 2- 80 grs 3286 fps, 0.385"
Load 3 - 80.5 grs 3304 fps, 0.774"
Load 4 - 81 grs 3272 fps, 0.677" (big fire ball of unburnt powder through the muzzle brake
, starting to show pressure signs as well.
Load 5- 82 grs 3290 fps, 0.812" one primer failure.
Load 6 - 83 grs 3302 fps, 0.833", multiple primer failures, no other issues though.
Throughout my testing I've decided that retumbo works well and the gun shoots about anything halfway decent but I'll be testing with some other powders to see if I get up in the 3400 fps mark or better. For the time being I'll be using the 80 gr load for this load as I just don't have time to work up with another powder before this hunt.