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McMillan A-10 Stock Now Shipping

Shooters of smaller stature will be pleased to know that the new McMillan A-10 stock is now shipping. The McMillan A-10 has several features preferred by PRS shooters, like the thinner forend like the A3-5 or the butt hook found on the legendary A5, into one package that has a length-of-pull as short as 12-inches.

The stock is targeted towards youth shooters, women, and small-stature shooters who might find stocks designed for those of average height to be too long to comfortably settle in behind. With the addition of an adjustable cheek piece and one of the many options that allow the shooter to adjust the length-of-pull, just about anyone should be able to get a comfortable fit. We have a full review of the McMillan A-10 stock in next issue of RECOIL, which hits shelves this Friday.

The McMillan A-10 stock starts at $338 with no inlet, $390 for a basic inlet, and $548 for a fully inletted stock. Options are additional and can take the price of a fully decked out McMillan A-10 to north of $1,600. Find more information about stock configuration and pricing on the McMillan website.

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McMillan® Fiberglass Stocks – From top-level competition and long-range military applications to big-game hunting and recreational shooting, McMillan stocks are widely known for their accuracy-enhancing features and durable construction. McMillan’s all-new A-10 rifle stock,a PRS-style tactical stock designed for shooters of a smaller stature is now available to ship.

The A-10 incorporates many features of McMillan’s popular tactical stocks but in a compact format to facilitate the ergonomic needs of smaller-frame shooters. It combines a thinner forearm reminiscent of the A3-5, a butt hook similar to the A-5, and the sleek lines of the A-6 into a well-balanced tactical package. The vertical grip is positioned further forward than other A-series stocks, which allows for a more relaxed 90-degree trigger finger placement due to the shorter trigger reach—perfect for shooters with smaller hands. The grip also features a small shelf that serves as a hand stop to assist in consistent hand placement and reduce fatigue. To further accommodate smaller-frame shooters, the adjustable buttstock can deliver a length-of-pull as short as 12 inches. An adjustable cheek riser ensures optimal head alignment.

“We consulted many of the top shooters in the country throughout the R&D process of the A-10,” said Britainy McMillan, McMillan VP of Operations, “including Regina Milkovich, one of the top competitors in Precision Rifle Series competition. We wanted to know what the pros would like to see in a precision stock, and the result is the A-10. We feel this is the optimal rifle platform not only for women and other small-stature shooters, but especially for the youth shooter. The overall design, coupled with full adjustability in length-of-pull and cheek piece height, provides a stock that younger shooters can ‘grow with and not grow out of.’ We also went with the A-10 designation because this is a totally new stock in the McMillan lineup.”

McMillan offers fiberglass stocks across the tactical, hunting, benchrest, competition, and ultralight categories, with many customization options to fit the individual shooter, including adjustable butt plates, cheek pieces, colors, and finishes. Factory- inletted stocks are offered for most popular rifle configurations by an extensive list of leading firearm manufacturers or choose between flat top or basic inletting for gunsmith-level custom builds.


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