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Mcmillian Stocks, marble pattern

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Unread 11-11-2007, 06:49 PM
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Mcmillian Stocks, marble pattern

i have been thinking about what kind of stock i want for my up coming project and decided to go with the A-5 with the marble pattern. the question i had was if anybody out there could post pics of their mcmillian stock so i can get an idea for the color pattern to go with.if you do have a pics could you also say what percentages of what colors are in your stock. thanks huntinfool18
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    Unread 11-12-2007, 07:02 AM
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    McMillan Marble

    You should go to McMillans' Web site and check out the pictures.
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    Unread 11-14-2007, 10:12 PM
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    Hootinfool18, I don't have a picture of my McMillan Tooley MBR Stock but the color combo is awesome;

    It is as follows;

    1. 80% Black
    2. 10% White
    3. 10% Grey

    It looks awesome espicially when all the metal is coated Matte Black. I just saw a rifle built buy Kirby with this color combo. I can't remeber who's rifle it was. I know it was a 338 Allen Mag with an A-5 Stock.

    Ask Kirby, and I bet he could post the picture of this rifle with that color combo. The post was very recent too, so you might be able to find it. I also remeber the rifle had one of Kirby's Slab type brakes.

    Wildcat
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    Unread 11-16-2007, 09:44 PM
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    wildcat

    i did almost the same combo you have listed but mine is 70% black , 20 % white, and 10% grey. i havent recived the stock yet but im looking forward to it. is there any way you can post a pic of your stock?
    huntinfool18
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    No good without pics.
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    Unread 11-21-2007, 08:41 PM
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    I can't remember all the color %'s exactly but here is a few to gander at:

    70%purple,20%white,10%black


    carolina sunset


    80% black 20% white


    70%dark red 30%light red


    can't remember



    My favorite color combo yet 80%black, 10% yellow, 10%dark gray
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    75% medium green 15% white 10%black



    80%medium green 20% white
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