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MemberSeptember 24, 2020 at 11:49 am105 Bullseyes
Its heavier, but don’t have any exact numbers from a scale to share.
I’ve spent good money on stocks over the years and while they have performed they cost a lot!
I got the same performance out of this $100us Spike camp stock as I have with $600us stocks.
Its obviously not a high end stock but for a hunting rifle that will get dinged and scratched I totally endorse it. The fit is excellent, and it really does make the rifle easier to get on target while standing, tracking targets, etc…You won’t be disappointed. Just order the AT-1 1″ butt pad with it to change for better length of pull…its also pretty darn stiff and I truly believe after shooting it that the laminated layers of the stock really absorbs the harmonics of the gun making it more accurate. I’ve got a 308 CTR with a $100 stock that shoots factory ammo below .5 moa…most groups just over .25…cant beat that. The true test will be my 300wsm this weekend. Gun was 1-1.5moa with Winchester Deer XP before so if I get .5-1″ groups out the this gun now you know the stock is completely worth it.