Stock for Dads gun....that kids shoot

TDog78

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Just like the title says. We are fortunate to live on a long range paradise in Eastern CO and I am putting together another build. It will mainly be a gun for me for with plains deer and antelope but also occasionally for ELK. My question is on the stock. I like the Manners EH-1 and McMillan Game warden plus the A3....but I have not used or even held any of the above. TWO OF MY KIDDOS ARE LEFTIES that run right bolt guns so ambi comb is a must. They are 11, 11, and 12 and I don't want to get something that won't work as good as possible for them as well. Opinions?
 

Smokepoles

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All of those are ambi, if they’re hands are big enough for the vertical grip and they can reach the trigger I think they’ll be ok. With a more traditional grip they could slide they’re hands forward a bit if needed. The eh3 is somewhat a combination of both and ambi as well, eh6 is ambi also but the grip is angled much harder. The grip on the 3and 6 is thinner and easier for smaller hands to hold, might be worth looking into.
 

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