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Old 03-05-2010, 03:28 AM
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As for you jack, i asked a question purely bout the stock. If your hung up on how I shoot my rifles thats your problem, point is ive been putiing meat on the table for quite some time. If someone is most comfortable shooting a levergun sideways while standing on his head then by damn thats how they should shoot. Its sad that you have to change the context of a post to have something to say. If your so smart why not provifde some information as to why hogue sucks? Do you believe because you paid 500 bucks for your stocks they are superior? Come back when you have an intelligent contribution.

P.S I wasnt licking windows on the playground I was giving nerds like you wedgies.
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:19 AM
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I'm looking to restock a 700 in 7MM mag and would really like some input as to which stock to use. I'm down to the Mc's,HS & Hogue. Someone who has used both and can intelligently tell me which one they prefer and why would be appreciated. I like the looks of the HS but that's the only reason I have to go with them at the moment. Why are the Mc's so much more expensive? Why are the Hogue's so much cheaper?
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Old 03-06-2010, 09:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Cut'em Jack View Post
No you cant.... no I don't.... yes I do (hint on the pos remark)Why the f would I? LH sounds groovy on a bench, so I don't have to move my little hand off the trigger, but please spare me the claims at superior firepower. I'm sure you shoot better backwards. In also sure that wipe better that way too...............
Might be time to head back to the playground with the rest of the window lickers.....
window lickers, clues hard to come by, inexactitudes, hint, posting others guns??? Holy cow man, are you going to shave your head and grow a full manchu mustache too?

Why would someone want to mimic a style of another poster no matter how good or bad they are? I mean wouldn't you want to be a leader, not a follower? You know I have watched Larry post for over 10 years on various forums. We have had good conversations and bad ones. But one thing I agree with him on, is you cannot respect someone who is a sticksucker. I have seen a bunch of em, from "wilds", to "16bore", list is endless.

Just curious, why would you want to mimic someone's styles?
 
Old 03-06-2010, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Cut'em Jack View Post
now that's good stuff. Mods will hate it, but posters will love a little juice. You lika the juice? I get you the juice......

As a 'poster', I personally think you look like a ****stick for quoting yourself and stroking your own ego.
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Old 03-07-2010, 08:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Cut'em Jack View Post
Why do you care? Do you have a clue? How many aliases do think one person might have? Go build yourself a bow Grizzly Adams.....

Simple really......always use the lowest common denominator. When a young lad cant tell scheit from shinola, and makes up a post so he'll feel better about thinking that a $100 stock is the same as a $400 stock. Let me sum up 99% of the posts here:

"I want to do something stupid... Who else did the same stupid thing as me so I can feel better about it?"



....Do you want to smack my wrist like 16 bore, Relentless, Larry, Wilds,Untouchable,Scat,Lionsit,Tigertit,gunzlut,38 yellowbus,wienerdog.... so on?

and don't steal inexactitudes, that's mine....see ya poopy pants...
I don't know how many alias's you have or anyone has. People that uses alias's are rather sad and pitiful to me. Sure sign of insecurites. I know I would never have one. You can't respect anyone that uses different aliases. When I post, or speak, I want to make sure everyone knows that bigcountry spoke it. Not 16bore, or larry or wilds.

But whatever floats your boat. Just curious why someone would steal larry's style.
 
Old 03-07-2010, 07:11 PM
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So any real life experience with the hogue stocks? I think I might buy the pillar bedded one and glass bed it myself.
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Old 03-08-2010, 06:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Cut'em Jack View Post
I've got one on my Remington 710 and love it!
You know with some of the questions you ask, I can see you sportin a 710. Gun like that would suit you well.
 
Old 03-08-2010, 11:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Cut'em Jack View Post
I'm actually going to trade it in on a 770, maybe a Mossberg......

Just curious, is bigcountry your first name or last name? Just to keep it real. Your so righteous, I always find that as an indication of much time spent as the opposite.....
Seriously, you actually bought a 710??? Thats so freakin funny, I have never met someone that was not smart enough to know better. Goes to show you I guess.
 
Old 06-23-2010, 06:21 PM
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Hogue has two offerings. One is the standard base option for $150+. It has the hogue external with a plastic insert. The higher end option (I bought for my Model 70 .30-06) is the Hogue external that is chemically and mechanically bonded to an aircraft grade aluminium frame ($230). I liked the look and feel of it. The only thing I didn't like is there was a .25 inch space between both sides of the barrel and the stock. I was always concerned with water or debris getting in it. I sold the rifle.
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Old 06-23-2010, 06:32 PM
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Man this thread had sure went south. I decided to go the light rifle direction and bought a used Ti take off Bell and Carlson because I didnt like the reports on the Hogue. I believe I went the right direction because the stock fits me very well and the rifle shoots great.
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