Coues...I spent months going round'n'round with HS about their quality. Bought a stock, I inletted a few small places for my specific firearm, sent it back for paint and it came back with several cracked places and stripped sling studs. They called it "warranty repair" and I called it poor craftmanship. After several months and lots of phone calls they made me a new stock and refunded my additional shipping costs.
Several different Remington models came with McMillan stocks.......I think all the Remington KS series have them, I believe the "Alaskan Wilderness" and "African Plains" rifles have them and I know some of the custom shop Model 7s have them because I have one of those stocks and Kelly McMillan confirmed that it was one of theirs.......but the VS, PSS, and LTR rifles came with HS stocks.....although some had stocks from Bell and Carlson.....the Titanium rifles also have B&C stocks.
I also own a Rem SPS, and the factory stock
appears to be more along the product quality
of Ramline than McMillan or H-S Precision. I
also re-stocked it with the H-S Precsion stock.
Great stock and no complaints. This is NOT a
slight against McMillan, who also mfrs great
stocks. I own two McMillans! I like both mfr's
equally, but for different reasons. Mostly personal preferences.
Bottom line wasn't the $100 less from H-S Precision,
but not having to wait for it like I have with McMillan.
I did note that the screws H-S sends along with their
stock either didn't fit or I couldn't get them to thread,
so I used the original factory screws.