Hi all, firstly I'd like to apologize if this post is not in the correct section (maybe in gunsmithing).
The thing is I'd like to buy a synthetic stock for a Winchester 70 cal. 270WSM, because I want to use it exclusive for stalking (I have another rifle for driven hunts), and a synthetic stock should stand better the bad weather conditions than a wood one.
I've been looking around and found 2 alternatives:
- McMillan HUnters Edge: About 600€. Very light and has a good reputation among stalkers.
- Bell&Carlson medalist Ultralight: ABout 300€. Heavier than the McM. Aluminium block from grip to forend. Some people says the B&C flex at the tip and that affects precision.
I'd like to read your opinions/experiences. Thanks!