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wondering if anybody has an experience with the McMillan tactical stocks. im looking at the A4, and A5 since it has that neat little hook thing at the back for you hand.

 

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dude im tellin u go with an hs precision =P or at least try one out
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maybe on another gun, i really want that "hook" on the stock, it makes for better shooting.

 

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now thats sweet

 

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Afternoon redneck, I have two mcmillians, two h-s. They are both great stocks. I have a a-4 on a 300 winchester I built to chase elk, or at least that is all I have done to them to date. It is a great for prone, which if I have the chance is my choice of shooting. It also sholders very well. I did bust my but in montana last year and fell on my gun. It chipped the stock on the forward fore arm. I was not happy, but I landed very hard. Guess this Texas boy isnt used to climbing loose rock. The only downfall to my knollege is the cost.Unhappy That being said I love the h-s as well. But if you like the hook go for it. You will not be dissapointed.
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yeah, its definently handy.

 

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I have "heard" that both mcmillan and hsprecision are the best two choices on the market.  i have a 700 sendaro . 308.  it has an hs stock on it and i like the feel of it but i do want to upgrade when money allows to a mcmillan a4 because of the different adjustments you can make.  i have a blackhawk cheekrest on mine and id like to eliminate that with an adjustable cheekrest on the stock.  It seems handy to have.

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