Your problem with obtaining the stock is going to me delivery time. Ordering directly from the manufacturer will be months and months and months and more months.
There are dealers/sponsors on here that have them in stock but it will take some shopping and planning after you decide on which one you desire.
I shoot both the tactical straight grip and thumbhole stocks.
My tactical thumbhole is self-made and I really like it. It can be shot from either side.
The most universal fit for long range shooting are the McMillans. (I tried to purchase a Manners but got zero response to emails and phone calls.
I've been shopping for the lightest stock possible for my big gun. Shopping includes aluminum chassis ranging from $1k to better than $500. Their problem is weight. About 4 pounds minimum is what I've found for the big Bat action. More like 3.25# for Remmy clones.
Best deal in town seems to be the McMillan, for me, is the McMillan A5 special ordered at 2.5 lbs. My current A5 is right at 3 pounds 5.5 oz.
If I were to purchase a "pig in a poke" the look, feel and shoot-ability of the McMillan A series would be my choice.
Just some thoughts.