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Discussion in 'Equipment Discussions' started by nowler, Nov 10, 2004.
anyone have on of these stocks? and if so, what are your opinions?
are you referring to the thumbhole, or normal sporter?
I have the thumbhole Lazz Sporter stock on a hunting rifle and like it.
there are lots of weird angles with the butt and grip, but it feels good and points good. I can get you some pics if interested--just email me
there is a test of a Mcmillan Lazzeroni thumbhole stocked Riflecraft RPA in this months Shooting Sports mag. Don't know whether you can get it in your area? Stock looks a bit strange, think I prefer a "normal" pistol gripped Mac. AM
yea--for prone only work, my A3 is more comfortable, though if you like thumbholes, this is a nice feeling one
i spoke to rpa and they are offering the interceptor in either an ian robertson or a lazzeroni thunb-hole.
ian robertson stocks are the best, but there were reports that the early ones on the interceptors were a little flexy.... i am not sure if this is true or if it was whether the problem has been addressed.
so basically i am looking into which of the two is the best.
will be used principally for hunting on a 308 and 22-250, but both will occasionally be used for open and hunter class style bds shoots. i need something that will ride the bags half decently to get the loads sorted....
any advice gratefully received
derek (newlands im guessing?)
email me, and i'll send some pics.
jb1000br (at) yahoo (dot) com
I got one from Dantec. I used it last season for F-class shooting in Scotland. I love this stock. It is very comfortable to shoot prone. It is very good for field use or blasting a couple of rocks across the hill from a bipod.
But I think it is not the best design for F-class shooting.(Sorry but I do with what I have at the moment).
The rear part of the stock is a bit bent of center, wich might not be ideal for bag riding and consistency. A Shenane Thumbhole tracker stock is more suitable for that purpose.
But it is still a great stock for field use.
PS: if somebody shows me how to include pictures with the message, I try to include some.