Hogue Synthetic Stock on 338 Ruger Mag

Discussion in 'Rifle Talk' started by Merton Leeper, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Merton Leeper

    Merton Leeper Guest

    :) Earlier this year I mentioned that I broke my Ruger Mark II 338 Mag stock while shooting elk last year. The stock had a bipod attached to the swivel post and it literally blew apart on my last shot (got the elk!). So I researched for several months to find a likely replacement that was cost effective and the best quality I could find. Hogue was my choice. It is a fully aluminum bedded synthetic stock, similar to those snipers use in the Corps.
    Anyway, went to the range today and was on paper the first shot. And soon was sighted in at 200 yards perfectly. The best part about this stock is that it kinda of fits your hand (no slipage) and literally no impact upon your shoulder. The cushioning attached to the butt of this synthetic is unreal. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a synthetic stock. Hogue Grips can be found on the internet thru Google.
    Semper Fi