Advocate: I would go with the Boyd's stock. I got one for a large ring mauser for $70. It is a nice piece of wood and still awaits the finishing touches. As soon as I get another large ring mauser to sporterize it will get that stock. Mikey here.
Boyds is a good stock for laminates, I've got one wearing a laminated stock right now. It took a little more work to set up than what I was ecpecting but it does a good job none the less. I also have a .270 sitting in a Bell and Carlson synthetic. That was a complete drop in and tighten. I never had to do anything special to get good accuracy. For a nice piece of wood I would contact Richards Micro Fit Stocks of Escondido, California. They turned me out a nice one for my P-17 project at a reasonable cost. Good Luck!!
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