I have been looking for a synthetic, thumbhole, rifle stock for my Sako 75 III action but have been unsuccessful thus far.
McMillan do one that I really like but not for my action. This raises three questions:
- Could I purchase a McMillan A-T/H inlayed for a Rem 700 and have it altered and bedded for my action?
- How are they made? There must be some amazing process that makes these stocks so justifiably expensive…
- Is there an alternative to Macmillan …..that is as ridged, non-warping, hard wearing and LIGHT?