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I have one on my Scorpion T10 and replaced a wooden stock on the old MMC "Hokey Cokey" Ultra with a synthetic from Draper's of Nottingham. Weigh difference isn't that much but strength through the hand and stability even if allowed to get soaking wet is the big benefit. 

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No there is no significant weight difference .a few years ago bsa had some of the synthetic  stocks start to peel off there coating (black ones ) .though I've had 2 of them I've not experienced  the peeling .the big advantage  of the synthetic stocks is that they are ergonomically  fantastic. Its about as perfect as a stock can get imo. 

And are very comfortable  and aids accuracy  .

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Thanks. I've been thinking of getting one as I don't want to scratch the bejesus out of my wooden one while skulking about in the woods. And as you say, being plastic they won't mind getting wet, which is a bonus.

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Depends on which type of ultra you have mmc /se /clx   depends on which stock you need .also you might need a shorter stock bolt than the one for a wooden stock . you may have to drill out the air gauge hole  on the plastic stock if you have a se model or cut out the slot at the front for the mmc button if that's the model you have .(neither  are too hard to do ) 

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I have the SE. And am aware that will probably have to cut out the hole for the pressure gauge, which isn't a problem for me. A shorter stock bolt shouldn't be too hard to sort out.

Thanks for the info.  

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