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Unread 09-28-2005, 02:16 AM
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question on mcmillan lazz stock

does anyone know if this stock has a flat or round forend, and how wide it is ?? proibably to be used on a new 300 rum .
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    Re: question on mcmillan lazz stock

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    does anyone know if this stock has a flat or round forend, and how wide it is ?? proibably to be used on a new 300 rum .

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    Round, but wider than a normal sporter stock.

    got a long action lazz t-hole sporter for sale if interested...

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    Re: question on mcmillan lazz stock

    jb1000br.

    a t-hole is tempting but not what i am searching for. I am to decide myself between an A3 and the lazz sporter.That´s why I was wondering how flat-wide the slazz. sp. is.

    Thanks.
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    10-4

    Not near as flat as the A3, but almost as wide...

    lazz is like a mild beavertail. much less than the rem VS/VLS etc.

    I'll try to get a pic if i can find the one gun in storage [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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    Re: question on mcmillan lazz stock

    I am interested in your Lazz. stock. Tried to e-mail you but it bounced. Please e-mail me.
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    Re: question on mcmillan lazz stock

    which would you choose of those two, if you have shot both ( A3 and lazz sporter). interest in the lazz is becaue of raise cheek, maybe better for heavy recoil.
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    Re: question on mcmillan lazz stock

    Hmm, well, no concrete decision maker, i like both. But i have another a3 and a5 and another a5 or 2 in planning, so im just trying to keep things consistant.

    Also, the A2-5 will take a fatter barrel...

    Cant really comment on recoil handling cause i dont have any big boomers...

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    BTW -- i will still try to get pics this weekend if i get a chance.
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