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Unread 02-07-2012, 08:43 PM
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Lets see your Macmillan colors

I am soon going to be ordering a new Macmillan A5 for my rig. I want to get the molded in color combination, problem is, I don't know what colors (in what percentages) that I want. If any of you guys have Macmillan stocks and could post pictures of them as well as the color combinations that you have I would surely appreciate it.
I would also welcome anyone to post their solid color stocks as well. I plan on doing the color combo, but if I saw a solid color that I really liked then I may consider it as well. Thanks to all.
Steve
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    A5 Desert Camo. Next time i will get gap camo pattern 35 % olive 50 % Black 15% Medium Tan
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    Beautiful paint on that stock. Looks too pretty to shoot almost.
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    A5 Desert Camo. Next time i will get gap camo pattern 35 % olive 50 % Black 15% Medium Tan
    Sweet A5. I actually like that camo pattern pretty good. So how does it shoot?
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    Look in the gun photo forum, there are a few A5's there. I remember a couple of my favorites from a few months ago. I think the thread title was called Harry's Twins.
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