there is a test of a Mcmillan Lazzeroni thumbhole stocked Riflecraft RPA in this months Shooting Sports mag. Don't know whether you can get it in your area? Stock looks a bit strange, think I prefer a "normal" pistol gripped Mac. AM
i spoke to rpa and they are offering the interceptor in either an ian robertson or a lazzeroni thunb-hole.
ian robertson stocks are the best, but there were reports that the early ones on the interceptors were a little flexy.... i am not sure if this is true or if it was whether the problem has been addressed.
so basically i am looking into which of the two is the best.
will be used principally for hunting on a 308 and 22-250, but both will occasionally be used for open and hunter class style bds shoots. i need something that will ride the bags half decently to get the loads sorted....
I got one from Dantec. I used it last season for F-class shooting in Scotland. I love this stock. It is very comfortable to shoot prone. It is very good for field use or blasting a couple of rocks across the hill from a bipod.
But I think it is not the best design for F-class shooting.(Sorry but I do with what I have at the moment).
The rear part of the stock is a bit bent of center, wich might not be ideal for bag riding and consistency. A Shenane Thumbhole tracker stock is more suitable for that purpose.
But it is still a great stock for field use.
PS: if somebody shows me how to include pictures with the message, I try to include some.