McMillan Introduces Sentry Modular Bolt-Rifle Stock

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posted on September 11, 2018
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McMillan Fiberglass Stocks has introduced a new compact, precision rifle stock, the Sentry. Based on most Remington-type actions, this new stock can be custom-configured by the user to accept AR-style buttstocks and grips, improving marksmanship performance.

With the growing popularity and familiarity of long-range tactical shooters using PRS and DMR setups, the Sentry accepts buffer tube-based adjustable (and folding) AR1-5 buttstocks and countless AR-15 pistol grips to develop a custom, hybrid shooting platform that blends the best of the bolt rifle and the tactical semi-automatic rifle worlds.

Offered with full inletting (barrel and action), molded-in color, and buttstock/grip adapter, the Sentry features a squared fore-end for maximum retention and adaptation when used in a tripod mounting system. Optional studs, rails and other accessories are available, and the stock can be inletted to accommodate most Remington-type actions. The grip, buttstock and butter tube are not included.

To view the complete McMillan product line, visit mcmillanusa.com.

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