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I will only ship within the USA.
New price is $375 Shipped

Colors: 2 colors molded in marble (Three for some combinations)

Solid fill, and inletted for the single-shot XP-100 with dog-leg bolt handle.
IF, you are using a straight bolt handle from like Kiff, you or your smith will possibly need to make slight modifications.

All forends will be opened for the Varmint taper.

IF, you have a smaller taper your barrel will have more room to breath or just DON'T get a stock from me.

IF, you need a stock for larger than a Varmint taper, then either open it up to what you need, or do NOT get a stock from me.

All forends will be threaded for a sling swivel stud (BONUS!)


IF, you KNOW you want to get on the waiting list for one or more of these center-grip stocks, email me at ernieemily@yahoo.com and tell me how many you want.
I am not going to require a deposit, as I don't want to hold your money for 5-6 months.

DO NOT email me until you know for sure you want a stock(s).
DO NOT PM HERE OR ON FACEBOOK (Email only please)

Saying you want one here, will NOT get you on the waiting list.

First and last name, email address, address for both Fed-Ex and USPS, phone #'s, and the colors you want.

This wait list will close out right before WY-SHOT, so we can get our stocks in line: 5-6 months wait time approximately.

IF, I have not emailed you back, it means either I have been busy and haven't responded yet or it didn't get to me.
Until you have an email confirmation from me, you are not on the wait list yet.
Once you have confirmation, please be content and wait until I contact you.

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What kind of price would a group by be?

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Basically the same as what you would have been be able to get it from McMillan when they were making them. Will have a reinforced area for sling swivel stud in the forend/will be inletted for the XP-100 (Single-shot)
I did not talk to Kelly about prices yet.


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Solid fill?


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Possibility

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If it will help on delivery times I'd be in

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I'd be interested.
 
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If it will help on delivery times I'd be in

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If the price is right I'd do it.

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Interested ...
Price and date of funds due will dictate my participation.

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I have two on order now but I would be interested in a third. Hopefully they would waive their ridiculous 8-10 month delivery time if they had enough orders.
 
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Okay, I will go forward with this next week


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Yes I would be interested as well. Did he talk about a shorter wait time. After the number is decided I can swing by and re confirm the SP influence that is out there. I go right by them most every day. My face is known to the ladies at the front office.
 
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I am interested also. I have a XP sitting in the back of the safe that has been asking for a new stock.
 
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I would.be in.
 
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Confused

Not sure which interests me most....the chassis being developed....or
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I want a direct bolt in....no bedding blah blah blah....

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I'm interested. Cost and time frame would dictate pulling the trigger.

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I'm interested.


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I was thinking doing a Senderofan taper or just a tad smaller diameter.
If someone does a larger diameter someone with the mill can easily open that up

Thoughts??? Yes


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Ernie,

I would be interested too.

Thanks,

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Pretty sure I will take one,would like to know price and time frame.
I understand the rear grip mold was destroyed,what is the possibility of them making a new one,I would take 2 or 3 of those Big Grin
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Yes I would be interested as well. Did he talk about a shorter wait time. After the number is decided I can swing by and re confirm the SP influence that is out there. I go right by them most every day. My face is known to the ladies at the front office.


Maybe on one of your visits you could check on exactly which mold was broken. A good source t old me that it was NOT the rear grip stock.

Also to encourage McMillan on the group buy, EVERYONE should order an extra stock to get the numbers up.


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I'm interested too
 
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I am also interested. I've been wanting to convert my rear grip 22BR back to a center.
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Will do that OLH
 
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I am in for at least one. May sneak in two if the price is right.
Need to talk to someone about a 20BR build in the near future.....hint hint. Big Grin


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So Ernie , will all of them have to have the same channel cut,cut out for safety, etc;?
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I am in for at least one. May sneak in two if the price is right.
Need to talk to someone about a 20BR build in the near future.....hint hint. Big Grin


Why on earth would anyone want a 20BR? devil

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I need to find sombody to put my parts together for a 17 Practical to put in the new stock. 1:6 twist, to shoot loooong heavy bullets, PTG bolt, 8-25 Leupold.....he he. Big Grin devil

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I'd be interested as well
 
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I'm interested.
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Pretty sure I will take one,would like to know price and time frame.

Me too. thumbup


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I'm out of town for 2 weeks at a time, but would be in for one or two.
depending on price. What about colors? Any choices? molded in colors?
Thanks.


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I might have to get one too.
How much and when will dictate if I can.

Thanks
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I want in on this, if it happens. I am in Germany so I want them sent to Dad in Cheyenne.

Depending on where you end up I want at least 1 and maybe 3 or 4.
 
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For me to do a group buy, I know now, I need to purchase 10 or more.
Even with 10 or more it will be a 5-6 month wait time-Typical wait time for rifle stocks as well now.

I need to find out some more details about colors and the amount the forend is opened up, for me to be sure on price yet.


What would be the typical barrel taper you would use?????


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Heavy sporter taper, in for one

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There has been a price increase which took place last week. McMillan raised their prices. If, you are already on the list, your price should remain the original price.
New price is $375 Shipped

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{What would be the typical barrel taper you would use?????}

sendero taper please.

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I am not sure yet if color changes from one stock to the next will effect price.
Pretty sure I need to use one taper though.
I will get answers to these questions next week.

IF, you KNOW you want to get on the waiting list for one or more of these center-grip stocks, email me at ernieemily@yahoo.com and tell me how many you want.
I am not going to require a deposit, as I don't want to hold your money for 5-6 months.
DO NOT email me until you know for sure you want a stock(s).
Saying you want one here, will NOT get you on the waiting list.

First and last name, email address, address for both Fed-Ex and USPS, phone #'s, colors (IF we get options).

List your barrel tapers preference here.
More info to come, once I know more.


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Not sure of the actual taper name but its for a heavy barrel Remington custom shop gun.
 
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once i know the specs i will let you know.


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I might be in for one depending upon final spec's and price.

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If Nitemann and nmhunter are in I will be part of the Arizona team too.
Put me down for one.

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Does the McMillian have enough forend width to accept a straight 1.250 barrel?
 
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Does the McMillian have enough forend width to accept a straight 1.250 barrel?


I believe so


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Does the McMillian have enough forend width to accept a straight 1.250 barrel?


I believe so


Yes. I know I opened atleast one to that
 
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There has been a price increase which took place last week. McMillan raised their prices. If, you are already on the list, your price should remain the original price. I will only ship within the USA.
New price is $375 Shipped

Colors: 3 colors molded in marble (Three for some combinations)

Solid fill, and inletted for the single-shot XP-100 with dog-leg bolt handle.
IF, you are using a straight bolt handle from like Kiff, you or your smith will possibly need to make slight modifications.

All forends will be opened for the Varmint taper.

IF, you have a smaller taper your barrel will have more room to breath or just DON'T get a stock from me.

IF, you need a stock for larger than a Varmint taper, then either open it up to what you need, or do NOT get a stock from me.

All forends will be threaded for a sling swivel stud (BONUS!)


IF, you KNOW you want to get on the waiting list for one or more of these center-grip stocks, email me at ernieemily@yahoo.com and tell me how many you want.
I am not going to require a deposit, as I don't want to hold your money for 5-6 months.

DO NOT email me until you know for sure you want a stock(s).
DO NOT PM HERE OR ON FACEBOOK (Email only please)

Saying you want one here, will NOT get you on the waiting list.

First and last name, email address, address for both Fed-Ex and USPS, phone #'s, and the colors you want.

This wait list will close out right before WY-SHOT, so we can get our stocks in line: 5-6 months wait time approximately.

IF, I have not emailed you back, it means either I have been busy and haven't responded yet or it didn't get to me.
Until you have an email confirmation from me, you are not on the wait list yet.
Once you have confirmation, please be content and wait until I contact you.

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Colors: 2 colors molded in marble (Three for some combinations)


Ernie can you elaborate on this please?

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I was told most of the marble mold in are two colors, but some are three like red, white, and blue.
Check on the McMillan website


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"Choose any 2 or 3 of the molded in colors to create a unique swirled marble pattern finish for your custom stock. Literally thousands of different patterns can be created, including any you see on our website."

Ernie I do not see anything for set colors, only the above statement and a chart with several colors to choose from. Am I not looking in the right place?
 
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"Choose any 2 or 3 of the molded in colors to create a unique swirled marble pattern finish for your custom stock. Literally thousands of different patterns can be created, including any you see on our website."

Ernie I do not see anything for set colors, only the above statement and a chart with several colors to choose from. Am I not looking in the right place?


Pick the colors you want, send it to me and I will confirm you can choose it.
There are thousands of options.
Some she mentioned to me that are popular:
coyote ambush, urban spectre, blue and white, light tan and olive, Purple and white, black and white, olive and tan, olive and black and tan, Dark brown and tan.

You can also choose like 70% blue and 30% white Big Grin


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If you do a websearch for Mcmillan mcswirly colors you get a website that has over 200 pictures of the different color combos.

http://precisionrifleblog.com/...stock‑colors‑photos/
 
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Well done Ernie, I have found the 80/20 mix looks great on the xp stock, the 50/50 looks good also. I have the woodland spectre and for a camo style color it is pretty cool. I have a few tri color as well, they are in a40/40/20 blend with the20%in a dark grey or black as a accent color. Like Ernie said a lot of color combinations. One question Ernie, will they ship all of them to you or to each one of us that orders? I want one, dark grey (80%), dark blue (20%). I have one on order now, I will see if I can move it over to the group buy, I will let you know.
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Everything will ship to me.


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Email sent,
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Updated information:
We can make the XP100 stocks in our carbon finishes; but there would be an additional $55.00 charge for the graphite (edge tech) outer shell.


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I have 7 stocks on the wait list.
Once I get to 10, I will make an order, so those 10 stocks can get in line as soon as possible.
Then, when I get another 10 stocks, I will put that order in as well.


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First 10 have been ordered! happy


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Ouestion

If we ordered 2 colors,did we have to request
80/20 or 50/50 colors
 
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If we ordered 2 colors,did we have to request
80/20 or 50/50 colors


Yes! Please tell me the percentage that you want.
Thanks


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Keep asking questions. This is new to me as well.


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Just sent in orders 11-20 (second set of 10).


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The second set of 10 stocks have been ordered. Both orders were actually one day apart.
I currently need 5 more stock orders to finish up the third set of 10.


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3rd set of 10 (30 in all) already, and I have started the beginning for the 4th set of 10 (31) this morning.
I didn't expect to get this many, little alone, this many, this quick! thumbup


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Someone had a good idea.
 
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I put my fourth order of stocks in yesterday.
42 XP-100 stocks in all-WOW!

I will keep the list going, but it will likely take awhile before I reach 10 or more stocks. Right now everyone who has contacted me for a stock is in line.

So realize, if you get on the waiting list now, it will be more than a 5-6 month wait time, but still shorter than if you ordered one yourself directly.
Of course, if 5 more people get on the wait list, and no one else does, the order won't be turned in until I get 10 or more.

I will probably make a new post about this once a year and see if the interest at that time is enough to do 10 or more.


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McMillan is letting me keep the 4th order as an active, ongoing list, right up until they start production.

This will allow anyone to get in line for a stock still and not have to wait for a longer period of time.

We are on stock #44 now, if you are interested in such things.


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With 40+ stocks of the same design on order, you would think they would speed up the process to rake in the $$s....... Roll Eyes

If they outsource that to Aaron it would take about....... Big Grin


Thanks, Ernie. I appreciate your willingness to handle this group buy.


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With 40+ stocks of the same design on order, you would think they would speed up the process to rake in the $$s....... Roll Eyes

If they outsource that to Aaron it would take about....... Big Grin


Thanks, Ernie. I appreciate your willingness to handle this group buy.



They only have one mold for the pistol stock, first of all.
Second, they do a lot of rifle stocks, with many ahead of us.
You are welcome.

If you wanted 44 of the NEO, MINI, JOY-POD, or MAX joystick rests from me, it would still take the same time (6-12 months) as if you ordered one.


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I don't think 40 is a large order.
Browning is now using McM stocks
http://www.browning.com/produc...-range-mcmillan.html
 
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The first five of 60 center-grip stocks should arrive this week.
Several of you will be getting emails sometime this week or next.
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This has been fast, noting that I started this thread on the 3rd of May!


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That is great news, and much sooner than expected!

I think I was in the second group so I will keep an eye out for an email with further instructions.

Thanks again Ernie.

-Freeze
 
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Fast service. Even though I'm in one of the last groups I guess I better start saving my dimes. Big Grin

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We got 60 ordered?!?!? Way to go everyone!!!!! And again thank you to our fearless leader in this group buy!
 
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That's great news! They really cranked them out.
Thanks again Ernie.
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5 came in yesterday...#'s 6-10
I asked why the order was not from the start, and I got a quick reply:
"Unfortunately, the way our production is set up, it would be very time consuming to ship them in # order and lead time would be twice as long.

Some stocks take a little longer than others. Sometimes the stocks get smashed in the milling machines, and then we have to re-make it. There are many different reasons why they don’t get finished in order.

I have more to ship today and some will be from the first batch and I have a few from the second batch too."

So don't worry or get bent out of shape if some guys that got on the list later, get them sooner. Just keeping you guys informed


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Thanks Ernie
 
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The second one (from left to right) has a twin.


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They look real good.
I really like the one on the far left!

Thanks again for doing this for the group Ernie.


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Nice!
That red and black one will go under my 22BR. With my recently delivered Dell Taylor trigger. I love it!!
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I don't know what the percentages are on the third one but mine should be similar. Big Grin

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They look real good.
I really like the one on the far left!

Thanks again for doing this for the group Ernie.


-Freeze

Far left is: 60%med tan 20% med brown 10%black 10%white


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I don't know what the percentages are on the third one but mine should be similar. Big Grin

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50% Red and 50% black is the one pictured


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Be careful you don't leave the one on the left on the floor. The way it matches the carpet, you may miss seeing it and step on it. That would hurt the footsies. Big Grin

Like Christmas in July!! Merry Christmas everyone!!


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Thanks for posting pics of the stocks Ernie, we could have a pic your stock contest. Big Grin

Now the 3 month wait for the new barrel blank. Sad

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Very nice.

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That far left stock is awesome! I haven't even shot my new XP and I want one! Is the group buy still ongoing ?
 
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Ernie,
The stock second from the left wouldn't be the Woodland Carbon Ambush would it?

Thanks,

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They look real good.
I really like the one on the far left!

Thanks again for doing this for the group Ernie.


-Freeze

Far left is: 60%med tan 20% med brown 10%black 10%white


Thanks for the info ....

I was going for a similar look with one mine when I ordered
60% Woodland Beige / 30% Black / 10% Light Gray

Not exactly the same but should have a similar look.

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Very nice. Great job Ernie!


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Ernie, those look nice!

Is it still open to get in line for a stock?

What's the color on the second from the left stock?


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