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#5640664 - 03/08/15 12:37 AM Gun Stocks
mason15 Offline
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Registered: 11/26/12
Posts: 107
Loc: Harris County
Looking to put a new stock on my 25-06 any suggestion on who to purchase one from?

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#5640718 - 03/08/15 05:48 AM Re: Gun Stocks [Re: mason15]
Tye Offline
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Registered: 01/18/07
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Loc: Eastland county
You can look at Stocky stocks on the web
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#5640787 - 03/08/15 08:42 AM Re: Gun Stocks [Re: mason15]
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Registered: 09/01/04
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Loc: The Dogwood Capital of Texas
Depends on what you are looking for and how thick your wallet is...
Boyd's & one of the Bell & Carlson synthetics are the easy least expensive average quality choices.

McMillans and Manners are better & mucho higher $$ choices in synthetics, and offer broader choices in TAC and Precision Shooting stocks, although McM's has a wide spectrum of hunting stocks too.

Richards Microfit, Fajen and others fill in the gap for "moderately" 90% finished wood stocks. Serenghetti's makes my heart go PittyPat, but I don't see the logic on spending more for a pretty peice of wood, or a McM's custom fill than I did for the rifle.

Let me win a 7-8 Lottery or inherit "well" and I'll have a different perspective I'm sure.
JMHO & YMMV
Ron
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Remember Aesops Fables of the "Scorpion & and the Frog's" crossing the river...

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#5641221 - 03/08/15 01:25 PM Re: Gun Stocks [Re: mason15]
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This is a Boyds stock with all the Bells and whistles. Not the best background for pics of a Maple stock. Browning A bolt 270 win.

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#5641241 - 03/08/15 01:41 PM Re: Gun Stocks [Re: mason15]
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What recoil pad is that...the Decelarator or the Sorbathane...

Nice looking rig for sure.

Prolly gonna put a Laminate on the T3 270 later this spring...Never owned a Thumbhole...yet....but that maple Classic looks sweet.

Montana Rifle Co (aka MRC) ASR's use a Boyd's base grade Walnut in a Prairie Hunter.
Ron
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Remember Aesops Fables of the "Scorpion & and the Frog's" crossing the river...

... we must hang together, or we will ALL hang seperately, Ben Franklin..

Those who fail to learn from History are doomed to repeat it,Santayana

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#5641434 - 03/08/15 04:18 PM Re: Gun Stocks [Re: WileyCoyote]
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Originally Posted By: WileyCoyote
What recoil pad is that...the Decelarator or the Sorbathane...

Nice looking rig for sure.

Prolly gonna put a Laminate on the T3 270 later this spring...Never owned a Thumbhole...yet....but that maple Classic looks sweet.

Montana Rifle Co (aka MRC) ASR's use a Boyd's base grade Walnut in a Prairie Hunter.
Ron


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