Stocks: H&S or McMillan?


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Sep 23, 2003
i have both,like both,but mcmillan wins out-the beavertail forends on the hs stocks just dont sit well in bags,at least in my my experience and on the models i have,they are too convex,they work well off of bibods though,very easy to bed though,my-2-dave

chris matthews

Well-Known Member
May 14, 2001
Urich, MO
Both are good but McMillan is King, if for no other reason than they have way more options and styles of stocks than HS.

Jeff In TX

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Aug 10, 2003
McKinney TX
McMillan is by far and away the best. I can't say I've ever heard of anyone trading in a McMillan stock for an HS, but I know plenty of folks who have traded their HS stocks for McMillan and would never go back to HS again.

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