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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]
WileyCoyote Offline
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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 outcome of the "Scorpion & and the Frog's" crossing the river when they get to other side

a LOT of Money doan't buy you ANY Class..old South Oak Cliff mantra

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#5641221 - 03/08/15 01:25 PM Re: Gun Stocks [Re: mason15]
Drop Tine Offline
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Registered: 09/26/09
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Loc: Denton,Tx
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]
WileyCoyote Offline
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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 outcome of the "Scorpion & and the Frog's" crossing the river when they get to other side

a LOT of Money doan't buy you ANY Class..old South Oak Cliff mantra

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]
Drop Tine Offline
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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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