That most of the RF & CF rifles I've handled in shops and at Fairs sit in stocks which just don't seem very good or well thought out at all. Some just don't seem to have any sort of decent cheek piece at all, a lot of the synthetic stocks just feel crap and flimsy.
Why is that when most air rifles have decent stocks, even the synthetic ones have a cheek piece and often feel more substantial than their RF and CF counterparts. I've never quite understood why firearms manufacturers just don't seem to care about stocks very much.
Can anyone recommend me a rifle available in .223 which comes in a decent stock as standard or is it going to be a case of making or having made a decent stock for it to sit in?