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Mcmillan A5 stock v remington hunter

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Unread 05-27-2007, 10:55 AM
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Mcmillan A5 stock v remington hunter

I am about to get my remi 700 blueprinted and have the choice of the two stocks named what would any of you guys go for i know which i am going to choose just want some opinions of the two diferent stocks
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    Re: Mcmillan A5 stock v remington hunter

    kinda depends on what its gonna be used for , are you gonna try to keep it lite? if not my vote goes to the A-5 , its a very stabil stock to shoot from about any position but they tend to be a little bit heavy if your trying to make a light weight gun
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    Re: Mcmillan A5 stock v remington hunter

    a5 is a great stock have shot it before, get it in edge technology to keepit light for hunting
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