Im looking to replace my factory synthetic stock on my winchester 70 .270. The main reason being the factory stock has some flex especialy once the barrel warms up. This came to light when i was zeroing the other eve. after 5 or 6 rounds i noticed if i held the butt with the rifle on the bipod and moved the butt from side to side the barrel would move in the channel to the point where it touched either side. I know in the normal stalking use 1 or 2 shots will be the norm but would still like to loose the flex. Now im not made of money so im on a budget which dosnt help. i have a few options the first and the cheapest a Houge then a Bell & Carlson
or the HS Precision the most expensive. Now none of these will post direct to the uk but i have a contact in the states i can have them sent to then he can forwaed to me. so bearing in mind the postage cost and the possibility of vat/duty on arrival would the Houge be better than the factory on a budget? i dont want a 1000 yard target rifle just a consistent stalking one.