Manners MCS-T stocks Ready To Ship

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  1. dangaff

    dangaff Well-Known Member

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    The LRH Store has Manners MCS T stocks Ready To Ship

    Do many people use these for there deer or general stalking rifles?

    Looking to put one on a Remington 700 300wsm, standard profile barrel for hunting deer and the likes here in Australia.

    Are they good to hold and shoot off hand?
    Not to flat on the fore-end?

    They are cheaper than HS and WD stocks here and i reckon there better anyway.

    Pictures would be a fantastic help too thanks so i can get a good idea of camouflage choices etc.

    Thanks

    Dan
     
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  2. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    They are awesome hunting stocks!!!! I have 3 being used on new rifles builds that are in the works.
     
  3. kemen4

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    Well made and finished: excellent customer support and reasonable lead time
    Some of the best pics are on his site and the cammo choice becomes whatever you want.
    I have one on a Howa action
     
  4. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    It it the perfect stock for what you just decribed! Here is a pic of what Tom built for me.

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  5. dangaff

    dangaff Well-Known Member

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    Very nice

    I was originally thinking of dropping it into a Remington 700 inlet but now i see that others have used the Howa, i am thinking that so i can just buy the barrelled action
     
  6. kemen4

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    If you want some Manners / Howa pics / info have a look at Roedales Gallery ..
    Roedale Precision - English Craftsmanship Made in Germany
    He's well into Howas in Germany and is an agent for m's
    And if you ever contact him ask about proper 2- stage triggers for Howas (seems they may happen)
     
  7. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    The T would be a great choice for that style of hunting.
     
  8. dangaff

    dangaff Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for that website and all the info guys

    I think ill go with the MCS-T and a Howa, that way i don't have a stock lying around and it will save me some money too.

    I spoke to Tom(Aussie Distributor) and he said his sure if i request a paintjob they will more than likely be able to do it for me, i like the HS and WD stock, grassland camo, they should be able to do that for me.

    Fantastic prices here in Australia aswell
     
  9. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    the rifle in the pic is a HOWA