Just mounted the bipod on the back stud and looked again.. This configuration makes the front stud un-usable.....the bipod compleatly covers the front stud. Looks like the bipod needs to be on the back stud and the sling would need to be attached directly to the bipod, which is how my other bipods are anyway on my single stud hunting guns......so....why the two studs????
This stock also has three holes (plugs, maybe) that take a 1/4 inch ellen wrench. One on the side and two on the bottom. I tryed to loosen them and they wouldn't budge. I am assuming (AGAIN) that they will come out if I twist hard enough, but really don't need to remove them just to "see" what they do.
What are they for?
The stock was already built and sitting at McMillan. From the inital phone call to McMillan to the finished, bedded and ready to fire rig took two weeks total.....WAY better that the 4 months to S/O a stock!!!!!!!
I now have a headach!!!