Okay, I check out your other posts to see if you were new to long range, young and poor, or just stirring up some conversation; I see you’ve purchased a good scope and have commented on some hand loads, so I will assume you’re a hunting fanatic looking to reach out a little further (let me know if I’m wrong, it won’t hurt my feelings since you didn’t give me much information to work with).
You’ve purchased a good scope, a Monarch gold 2.5-10 and you’ve realized that a flimsy factory stock is now holding you back – been there, but don’t settle for a Ram Line or a B&C; there are a lot better stocks out there for just a few more hard earned dollars.
I would fist look at a used H.S Precision sock; they are good solid stocks and you might be able to find one used on the internet for a little more than you’d pay for the Ram Line.
Next I’d look at the laminates. They can be a little heaver than the synthetics, but they are stiff and solid. If you’re a handy guy and don’t mind getting your hand dirty, you can order a stock from either Boyd’s or Richards Micro fit. If you want a very nice finished stock, contact Joel Russo here on this site.
Next up would be the McMillan’s and Manners…
It’s worth spending a little more and getting a good fitting solid stock. Here’s some links.
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