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Unread 12-13-2013, 12:15 AM
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Tactical stock

I have a semi custom Win Mod 70 CRF in 7mm WSM 26" Brux bbl #4 contour. I want a vertical grip tactical stock. Narrowed it down to 3: Macmillan ,Manners or H&S Precision . What say yee ?
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    Re: Tactical stock

    I voted for McMillan even though I own more Manners stocks

    The A-5 is still my all time favorite.


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    Unread 12-13-2013, 11:30 AM
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    Re: Tactical stock

    Only 12 week wait for manner , why do you prefer Macmillan
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    Re: Tactical stock

    Comfort mainly. The Manners is just as strong but not as comfortable to me. They feel like a 2x4 bolted to my rifle, functional but not as comfortable. When I received my Manners T-5, there were several areas of the stock that were not true to one another.... just didn't seem to be of the same quality.

    Like I said, I have more Manners than McMillans however, I still prefer McMillan.



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    Re: Tactical stock

    That was very helpful !
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    If youdon't have anything against laminates, the Bobby Hart long range tactical ( without the aluminum bedding block ) is a really nice stock. I own 3 of them and recommend them to the people I build rifles for. They come in different colors and the fit and finish is a 99 out of 100 and a good value for the money. Stockys sells them.
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    Re: Tactical stock

    I have McMillan A-5 and I do feel comfortable and fit right with my hands. CONS, it is a bit heavy even though I shoot prone most of the time.

    Manners is also the best choice. Nice design but I never try to hold it.
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