McMillan Introduces Eleven New Custom Rifle Stock Designs
Phoenix, Arizona (February 15, 2012) – McMillan adds eleven new stocks to its collection. A hallmark of the McMillan brand is that it offers the widest range of custom rifle stocks on the market today. McMillan stocks are manufactured in the United States and carry a lifetime warranty.
McMillan’s New 2012 Hunting and Sporting Stocks:
The McMillan Hunter is a variation of our popular Sako Hunter stock and is modified to fit most Remington 700 type and Savage blind magazine type actions. It has the sculptured Sako type pistol grip with palm swell and a Monte Carlo type butt with some cast-off. The medium narrow forearm can be inletted for barrel contours up to about a #4 Douglas size with shanks of 1.5” or less. The McMillan Hunter is available in true right and left hand versions.
This is a variation of McMillan’s popular M40A1 and HTG stock modified specifically for the CZ 452-453-455 line of rifles. It has textured grip panels on the pistol grip and forearm. This is an excellent field varmint stock and can be used as a .22 rimfire “training rifle” for a M40A1 or HTG stock on a center fire rifle. This stock is exactly the same in all dimensions as the HTG except that the depth of the action area has been reduced to fit the shallower .22 rimfire actions.
The A-3 Sporter design is based on customer demand. For years, shooters have purchased McMillan’s “A” series tactical stocks as precision rifles. Because McMillan’s “A” series are basically designed as prone stocks, the company received numerous requests for a version of the tactical stocks that retained its comfortable vertical pistol grip but was more suited to general hunting and offhand use. The A-3 Sporter is a variation of McMillan’s A-3 tactical stock but with the drop-at-heel lowered from 3/8” down to 1” for better stock position on the shoulder for offhand and sitting use. The forearm has been curved in at the top to a “semi-beavertail” type for a more positive grip when hand holding the rifle. The pistol grip is the same as the A-3 and Adj. A3-5 stocks. It is an ambidextrous stock and can be inletted for most Remington 700 and Savage type actions. The forearm can be inletted for sporting barrel contours up to a Remington Varmint or #5 Douglas type contour. It is an excellent stock for general hunting and field varmint use with the famous “A” series type pistol grip.
This is a new thumbhole stock design for Remington 700 type and Savage blind magazine type actions. The McMillan Thumbhole has a more conventional and vertical pistol grip than our Lazzeroni Thumbhole and a slightly lower comb at the front. The medium width forearm can be inletted for sporting contours up to a Remington Varmint and #5 Douglas type contour. It is available in right hand only.
This new thumbhole stock design is for older Sako rifles in the 491-591-691 series and earlier versions as well as for most Tikka and Howa actions. The Sako Thumbhole is a variation of our new McMillan Thumbhole stock. The forearm can be inletted for barrel contours up to the factory varmint contours and the #5 Douglas type contours. It is available in right hand only.
This stock is a variation of our popular Sako Hunter stock but modified for use with most Winchester and Montana type actions. It has the sculptured Sako Hunter type pistol grip with palm swell and a Monte Carlo type buttstock with some cast-off. The medium narrow forearm can be inletted for sporting barrel contours up to about a #4 Douglas type with a shank length of 1.5” or less. It is available in right hand only.
This stock is a variation of our popular Winchester Safari stock but with the depth of the action area reduced to work with standard factory floor plates and magazine capacities. It is designed to fit most Winchester and Montana type actions. The checkering has been replaced with
textured panels on the forearm and pistol grip for a more positive gripping surface in the field. The forearm can be inletted for barrels up to about a #5A Douglas type but will not accept the straight taper target barrels. It is available in right hand only.
The Game Scout design is a duplicate of the Remington Classic stock but with the popular A3 vertical pistol grip. This gives McMillan A-series stock owners a smooth transition from their tactical stock to a compact hunting stock. It is an ambidextrous stock and can be inletted for most right and left hand Remington type actions and for barrel contours up to about a #5 Douglas or Remington Varmint size.
BAF (Bolt Action Folder)
The new Bolt Action Folder stock is a variation of McMillan’s MFS-14 stock redesigned to accept bolt action rifles. The pistol grip has been re-contoured to provide a more comfortable and vertical grip. The generic rear tang area allows McMillian to inlet the stock for a variety of bolt action rifles. The BAF takes actions up to 1.4” in diameter and barrels up to 1.35” in diameter. The stock comes in two versions, one with an extended forearm to accept either of McMillan’s forearm accessory tri-rails, and one with a shorter conventional forearm. Both stocks are for right hand rifles only and come with the folding mechanism and buttstock adaptor. This stock accepts the same options as the MFS-14. All colors and finishes are available
TPR (Tactical Precision Rifle)
TPR was designed specifically to add to McMillan’s broad array of tactical stocks. In addition to the adjustable options and versatility of McMillan’s “A” series stocks, it also offers a pistol grip. The design evolved from a desire to create a stock that offers everything a straight line chassis stock offers, along with the enhanced accuracy and recoil reduction characteristics of a fiberglass stock. TPR is fully ambidextrous and can be inletted for most Remington 700 type actions and Savage blind magazine actions. The forearm can be inletted for most barrel contours up to a 1.350” diameter straight contour and has enough depth for installation of a Versa-Pod bipod stud.
The A-TH stock was created after numerous customer requests for a thumbhole stock in McMillan’s tactical line. It uses a flat square type forearm comparable to the popular A-3 but with textured grooves on the sides for a superb grip when shooting off-hand. The butt-hook also has texture and a thumb groove for enhanced grip and control when shooting off a bench or prone. The ergonomics of the pistol grip are designed to put the shooters hand in the most natural and comfortable position. The A-TH must be ordered with one of the integral cheekpiece options and is available in right hand only. It can be inletted for most Remington type actions and for barrel contours up to a 1.35” straight blank.