Im looking for some advice from anyone who is willing to give it about selecting a long range hunting stock. I current have a manners mcs-t on my custom rig. Its a 7mm rem mag with a blueprinted and trued remington 700 long action and a brux #4 barell, talley high rings and a zeiss conquest v6 5-30x50 scope. The manners mcs t is a nice stock with an excellent comb height but i do not like the grip at all, its more in between feeling to me (not quite vertical and not quite traditional) Ive shot traditional grip rifles all my life, for example a browning x bolt and remington 700 bdl with a factory wood stock so thats what im most used to but i also have a browning x bolt hells canyon long range with the mcmillan game scout stock and i really like that stock other than the low comb height. I also like the texture and feel of the mcmillan better than the manners elite hunter carbon fiber shell, the manners feels too smooth and harder to grip firmly than the mcmillan, the mcmillan has a much better texture and easier to hold on to while wearing glove when hunting. Anyways the stocks im looking at or as follows...manners eh6A, manner eh1, mcmillan game hunter, mcmillan game stalker, or grayboe outlander with an adjustable cheek piece. I deer hunt in the southeast and shots can be from any position, free hand while standing, from treestands (some with good rifle rests and some not so great), sitiing, prone, off of primos trigger sticks, or even off the hood of a truck with a jacket underneath the forearm for support. I built this rifle with the dream of one day going to wyoming, Montana, or colorado on an elk or mule deer hunt so the rifle would be used for spot and stalk style hunting as well. I like a rifle to have some weight to it as i find it easier to hold steady for long distance shots but also dont want a piece of pulp wood to tote around either. It currents weights a tad over 9.5 lbs with the manners t and honestly feels a bit front heavy. I would the total weight with scope to be from 10 to 10.5 lbs. So any and all suggestions or advice about the stocks listed above would be greatly appreciated and also what do you guys find to be the best grip for all arpund hunting with the intention of making long range shots when need be from any given position, vertical such as the mcmillan game hunter and manners eh1 or more traditional such as the mcmillan game stalker, manners eh6a or grayboe outlander? Thanks ahead of time for the help.