I really had to think on this question. If I had to pick a thing I didn't like it would be the fact that the recoil pad is just a little larger than the plate it mounts to. This leaves a little overhang on the edges. You have to look hard to see this but I would have preferred that it match more closely. Picky, Picky.Deadshot
Do you have any complaints about your B&C?
I agree with Deadshot2. I have two B&C Medalist A-5 stocks (2094) and I love them.I currently use B&C for my stocks. Last rifles I built all have the B&C 2094-22 "A-5" on them. Makes it easy for me to transition from one to the other as the only real change in rifles is the size of the cartridge and hole in the end of the barrel. All the stock adjustments are the same so I get to use the same position for all rifles.
I looked at the Choate Stocks but the ones I've seen just don't have the same look of quality that the B&C's or McMillans do. I don't care for "Mold Marks" that make a stock look like it was "poured into a 2-Piece Mold and allowed to cure". Yes, they have a high tech look and all but for the same money I prefer the better appearing quality of the B&C. For me it's all about where the bullet goes rather than how "Techno" the stock looks.