Video—Gun Gear: McMillan Adjustable A-10 Stock

posted on August 19, 2019
McMillan Fiberglass Stocks of Phoenix, Ariz., specializes in premium-grade, purpose-build rifle stocks. While the company’s handmade stocks are available for a wide variety of rifle actions and in myriad colors and configurations, a relatively new introduction that should appeal to precision-oriented shooters is the Adjustable A-10 stock. Features of the Adjustable A-10 include a series of buttstock spacers and a rising cheekpiece to configure the rifle’s length of pull and comb height, respectively. Also improving the shooter’s interaction with an A-10-stocked firearm is a near-vertical pistol grip, a support hook on the underside of the butt, and a relatively slim, flat-bottomed fore-end. In the video above, American Rifleman editor Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at the stock and explains some of the functionality of these features.


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