What's your favorite stock?

Bigrederic

Sergeant of the Hide
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Jun 22, 2018
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I have several Manners (PRS1&2 and a T4A) and I also have a McMillan A4 and just got rid of a KMW Sentinel. That being said, I like the A4 allot.. but theninget behind the PRS2 and it feels like a more evolved version of it. The T4A feel very similar to the A4... the manners with a Mini chassis just make it so much simpler.
 
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Palo

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Feb 24, 2020
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Mine is also the krg bravo. They just seem to fit me perfectly. I wish they made one for my sako quad.
 
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Nacho0622

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Feb 14, 2020
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I use a Magpul Pro 700. Lots of adjustment and no shortage of mlok accessories. It is a little heavy but that’s not a bad thing for. Doesn’t seem to get much love. Full aluminum chassis and tool-less adjustment everywhere. Haven’t had an issue. Cheers!
 

Bakwa

Prophetic Marksman
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Mar 22, 2017
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Question for those with the experience.

Objectively, the KRG Bravo seems hard to beat for the price. But does it hang with $600-$1000 options (i.e. Manners, MPA, GGS, etc)?
Is it worth it in the long run to save a couple hundred on it if it's close?
 

Palo

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Feb 24, 2020
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Question for those with the experience.

Objectively, the KRG Bravo seems hard to beat for the price. But does it hang with $600-$1000 options (i.e. Manners, MPA, GGS, etc)?
Is it worth it in the long run to save a couple hundred on it if it's close?
It really depends on what you want from a stock.
I wanted something light enough to use hunting while still having a good chassis for range work etc. It fits my needs perfectly.
I do like some of the mdt chassis as well as others but they are heavier.
 

47guy

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Jul 15, 2017
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ive owned and shot a lot of different chassis's(and stocks)and for me there is no equal to a manners...mcmillen would be second...but i think it boils down to personal preference honestly...i just got rid of my MPA chassis's and went back to a stock...i bought the MPAs because of how versatile they are but just never really liked them(or any chassis ive owned or shot)i just prefer a stock over a chassis.
 

jsimonh

Full Member
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Feb 4, 2011
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Altus, Oklahoma
I've had McMillan A-5, AIAT, AIAX, Manners T4a, T2a, and T6a. Started running MPAs and felt it was the best all around chassis/stock for me.....until I got my Manners TCS. I absolutely love the TCS. Fits me just like my MPA did but has that real stock feel. Doesnt hurt that it looks badass either.20200222_180423.jpg20200222_180550.jpg
 

Ds91

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Sep 10, 2019
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Question for those with the experience.

Objectively, the KRG Bravo seems hard to beat for the price. But does it hang with $600-$1000 options (i.e. Manners, MPA, GGS, etc)?
Is it worth it in the long run to save a couple hundred on it if it's close?
Don’t get caught up on money and price something more expensive isn’t always better. I can get about twice as comfortable behind my Bravo compared to my whiskey-3.
 

Bakwa

Prophetic Marksman
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Mar 22, 2017
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It really depends on what you want from a stock.
I wanted something light enough to use hunting while still having a good chassis for range work etc. It fits my needs perfectly.
I do like some of the mdt chassis as well as others but they are heavier.
Fair response.
I'm personally exploring options for an urban sniper inspired look/feel (short & handy) but I want to keep it light enough to hunt with under 300yds as well.
Planning on rebarreling a soon to be shot out stock CTR and want to upgrade the stock along with the barrel.
 

Millron

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Sep 15, 2014
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Not a tactical stock but For a Do it all stock I don't think it gets any better than a Mcmillan Adjustable Game Warden with Edge Fill. In a short action comes in right around 36 oz. Depending on component selection you can build a 6.5# gun with it and add weight into the optic and still end up with a <9 lb gun. Not the perfect "competition" stock but IMO doesn't get any better for a rifle that you'll be shooting offhand, prone, bench, etc. Forend is thick enough to take a medium palma or proof Sendaro but still thin enough to be comfortable for offhand shooting and not be bulky.
 

RTPERTHUIS

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Hessian
Belligerents
Minuteman
Jan 1, 2019
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Georgetown, Texas
Seem to be the outlier here but after using a whole bunch of different stocks my go to favorites are the McMillan A3-5 and the Adjustable Game Warden.
 

mountainman308

Sergeant of the Hide
Belligerents
Jul 20, 2012
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WV, USA
The most comfortable, natural fitting stock I’ve ever shot was the old Tikka 595 Master Sporter stock. Bought a Master Sporter just to have the pattern. Turns out it shoots great too.
 

rydah

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Feb 12, 2019
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I've had McMillan A-5, AIAT, AIAX, Manners T4a, T2a, and T6a. Started running MPAs and felt it was the best all around chassis/stock for me.....until I got my Manners TCS. I absolutely love the TCS. Fits me just like my MPA did but has that real stock feel. Doesnt hurt that it looks badass either.View attachment 7259271View attachment 7259272
Need one of these stocks!
 

ah1356

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Belligerents
May 27, 2013
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Nashville, TN
Here’s mine. Wanted something a little different. Made by Joel Russo out of slab of laminated strand lumber.

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