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HS vs. Bell and Carlson

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Unread 03-24-2012, 08:31 PM
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Re: HS vs. Bell and Carlson

I've had 2 HS stocks on my 700s for a couple years and very happy. Last week I bought a B&C Medalist for my 700 mountain rifle, and I have NO complaints. I think it's an excellent value. Appearance wise, very comparable to the HS. Haven't shot it yet, but have no reason to believe it'll be less than fine. Based on appearance and finish, I would not hesitate to buy another B&C. I recently ordered a McMillan Edge for my Sako 75, I hope it'll be worth what it's costing!!
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Unread 03-24-2012, 11:23 PM
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Re: HS vs. Bell and Carlson

One you you very rarely *EVER* hear is people complaining that McMillan stocks are not as good as the person hoped it would be. Now you do occasionally hear "I thought I would try Style X and I did not care for it" but not craftsmanship. Not saying they are Perfect, but they seem to give the P word their best run at it.

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