So I've finally saved up enough for a McMillan stock. THEYRE EXPENSIVE!
What I really want out of this stock is most importantly durability, something that can take what I throw at it.
I shoot prone with a bi-pod when I am plinking and sometimes hunting, and the stock I have now has a broken sling swivel! I guess all the bi-pod shooting stripped the swivel screws..
During a hunt, you never know what type of shooting position you're going to get into. So I want this stock to perform great sitting and offhand shooting aswell, so weight is going to be an issue.. Nothing more then 3lbs.
I only have enough for one rifle, so I want a do-everything rifle from plinking to long hunting hikes..
I've always liked the A4 for its vertical grip and parallel forend. Something IMO is great for prone shooting,
but I also like the HTG because of its simplicity; a mix up between "tactical" and traditional rifle stocks.
I want to know what your input on this is.. Which stock should I go with or if theres a different stock I should take to consideration...