The Hogue stocks shoot as well as any other. But I have 2 issues with them on a centerfire. #1, they weigh 3lbs with the full bedding block vs 1 3/4 -2 lbs for the B&C vs well under 1.5 lbs for my McMillans. On a target gun that is only carried from the car to the shooting bench they are OK. No way I'm lugging that around in the mountains hunting. They are just too fat and chunky for my tastes as well.
I do have a couple of Hogues on Ruger 10-22's. They are not as heavy in this version, and the Rugers can benefit from a litttle extra weight. If you're only concerned about accuracy they are fine.