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melbb
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I'm looking these stocks considering a Woodchuck heavy varmint style for a Rem 40X. How do these compare to an H-S or McMillan?

Thanks
Spook
Reply with quote  #2 
in my experience you'd do better with an HS
prec. and better still with a Manners. I had one on a Savage a while back and it was just OK.
Jon_Schram_Nebraska
Reply with quote  #3 
I have a Stockade built Savage 260 AI that sits on their Prairie Dog Special/Tactical stock. I really like the geometry of the stock off of a bi-pod (i opted for the front accessory rail, and adjustable cheek piece). It is a very steady stock, and it shoots off the bags well too.

I like it very much, and would say that it compares nicely to the HS of similiar design that my fathers 700 sits in. Kevin is a really good guy, just give him a call. Won't get any BS from this guy, hes really straight forward. If he doesn't think that his stock is the best for your application, He'll even say so.

I don't think you'll be dissapointed with Stockade gunstocks. Good luck.
rfurman24
Reply with quote  #4 
I do not know how you can say that an HS stock is better than one of Kevin's stocks. I do however think for a 700 it would be cheaper and about the same quality to find a take off HS stock.
Rustystud
Reply with quote  #5 
For Savages Kevin and Janet Rayhill do a very nice job. For the price you can't beat them. I have two personally and have many customers using them. If you want to spend more money you have other choices my next recomendation would be McMillian.

If you are considering a laminate I would look at Carl Bernosky's(sp)stocks.

Nat Lambeth
LarryDScott
Reply with quote  #6 
I have 3 of the 1000yrd Tooley MBR styles. The first 2 I purchased at the same time, and were a lesser price of a McMillan. The last one I recieved earlier this years and it was considerably HIGHER priced, but still a very quality product. As w/custom anything, there is a long waiting list. Larry in western Ky.
CaliRN
Reply with quote  #7 
I have three of Kevin's stock for my Savages. They are
great. Quality is better than both the H&S and McMillan
for my Remington 700. Downside is the cost for getting
a remington stock from Kevin. I recently got a McMillan
stock (A-2) that had holes that needed to be filled, and
mold lines sanded out, etc. Kevins stock was ready to be
painted, no holes, no sanding of mold lines. Best thing is
to find someone local who has both, and look at them, check
for balance, etc. and make an informed decision.

Good luck,
CaliRN
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