Ag composites stocks

Ckleeves

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Not the best picture but it’s the only one I had on my phone. Lefty CAT with a proof sendero.
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JPatzig

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The privateer was my first carbon fiber stock. I was going for a lightweight build, so originally I chose it for the most weight savings. It is def on the shorter side, but I'm a smaller guy so it worked out for me. If I buy carbon fiber again, it'll def be ag composites. I always recommend them over Manners. Prices are better, and lead time is significantly shorter. Last I checked, ag composites is 6-8 weeks, and manners is 6-8 months.
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Grizzly Gamon

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The privateer was my first carbon fiber stock. I was going for a lightweight build, so originally I chose it for the most weight savings. It is def on the shorter side, but I'm a smaller guy so it worked out for me. If I buy carbon fiber again, it'll def be ag composites. I always recommend them over Manners. Prices are better, and lead time is significantly shorter. Last I checked, ag composites is 6-8 weeks, and manners is 6-8 months.
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How do you find the cheek weld to be on the CAT? My only fear is what someone mentioned earlier in this thread - the cheek weld being too low.
 

William W.

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My stock was a cheaply-made piece of garbage with no discernible carbon fiber as advertised. Oh, I know…AG threw a piece of carbon fiber in with their cheap plastic. The true piece of garbage was the cheap, misaligned so-called adjustable headrest with the McMillan wanna-be knockoff of the adjustment insert - complete with the "fall-out" nut - that had apparently jammed-closed in shipping on the lock washer. I had to use a flat-blade screwdriver to carefully pry the *** tiny misaligned "wanna-be" cheek rest out. And then, even with super-quality thin gun grease this piece of crap would not EASILY bottom-out on the stock … visions of my soft hammer came to mind, but I would be in for another flat-head screwdriver job. These STOCKS ARE A DISGRACE and are perfect examples for the BUY QUALITY ONCE, CRY ONCE.
 

draftpick

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My stock was a cheaply-made piece of garbage with no discernible carbon fiber as advertised. Oh, I know…AG threw a piece of carbon fiber in with their cheap plastic. The true piece of garbage was the cheap, misaligned so-called adjustable headrest with the McMillan wanna-be knockoff of the adjustment insert - complete with the "fall-out" nut - that had apparently jammed-closed in shipping on the lock washer. I had to use a flat-blade screwdriver to carefully pry the *** tiny misaligned "wanna-be" cheek rest out. And then, even with super-quality thin gun grease this piece of crap would not EASILY bottom-out on the stock … visions of my soft hammer came to mind, but I would be in for another flat-head screwdriver job. These STOCKS ARE A DISGRACE and are perfect examples for the BUY QUALITY ONCE, CRY ONCE.
I had a AG Alpine hunter and was very disappointed with it, sent it back for a refund.
 
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