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Unread 04-02-2008, 04:03 PM
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mcmillan are they really this busy...

i am going to start a new build and am wondering if there is anyway to get components faster. i want to order a mcmillan htg stock with an adjustable cheek piece. are there any suppliers that have these on hand so i can get one faster than waiting the 6 months. does anyone else have this style stock that is of the same quality. i would even buy a used one do you guys know of any places to buy them used?
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    Unread 04-02-2008, 04:41 PM
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    Mcmillan

    Try Brunos Shooters Supply they carry alot of Mcmillan stocks.
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    You might try and pm Bailey 1474 or Lerch on this forum or call them (Ask for Bill or Steve 1-800-522-3314). I think they carry a few. Manners also makes some nice stocks.

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    I will never deal with them again ,their customer service sucks !!

    I would recomend the Manners stock and the adjustable comb they use is far better than the one that McMillan uses
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    I like the mcmillan stocks......and probably shouldnt say this, but robertson composits stocks are nicer IMO. Not to mention if I am not picky about color.....which I am not.....I get them real quick.
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    I like the mcmillan stocks......and probably shouldnt say this, but robertson composits stocks are nicer IMO. Not to mention if I am not picky about color.....which I am not.....I get them real quick.
    do these guys have an adjustable cheek peice like the mcmillan. for that matter does manners make a htg stylr with the cheek piece..

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    Robertson Composites Inc. - Composite Rifle Stocks

    rbelote from this site has one of thier new A5 style stocks that isnt shown on the website maybe he will post a pic of his new FTR rifle.
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