I headed out the local outdoor range today to see how the new stock performs. Drove up there from Henderson and they were not allowing anyone to put targets out because it was too windy. You could still shoot, but could only shoot at the dirt. I didn't waste any ammo.
One thing I have noticed is the rifle cycles better with the new stock. With the Hogue stock, clambering a round could be less than reliable. With the McMillan stock, it seems to be much more consistent. I have to wonder if that is because the McMillan is more rigid than the Hogue.
Clinging to my guns and my religion