Honestly its really a couple factors
2) you like the moulds they have better than B&C as far as feel
3) weight, a lot of time they are less weight with the lighter fills on a similar stock profile but are still rigid
4) Resale value/ preception
5) the moulded in colors.
I love the GBP stocks made by B&C they feel really nice but I sell 5-1 McMillians to B&C, just the way the market goes.
Good info. What is the average price of an entry-level McMillan to an entry-level B&C?
I'm more familiar with boats. So I'm just wondering if this is one of those "Ranger resale" semi-myths. People buy a $70k Ranger and sell it for $50k down the road easily, and others buy a $40k Nitro and it takes a little while to unload it for $30k. Yes, the Nitro was harder to sell, but the resale was much, much better. Is this that type of situation, or do you get roughly the same delta from your original price when you sell each?
Honest question - you seem to know what you're talking about. And I'll be in the market for a new stock for my Savage 11 in a few months.