McMillan recently announced the debut of its newest aftermarket stock, the A-10 rifle stock. The A-10 delivers PRS-style design to smaller statured shooters.
The A-10 incorporates many features of McMillan’s popular tactical stocks but in a compact format. McMillan says the new package also facilitates to the needs of smaller-framed 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.
McMillan A-10 Features
The vertical grip position is located further forward than other A-series stocks. It delivers a more relaxed 90-degree trigger finger placement due to the shorter trigger reach. The grip also features a small shelf that serves as a hand stop to assist in consistent hand placement and reduced fatigue. To further accommodate smaller-frame shooters, the adjustable buttstock delivers a LOP as short as 12 inches. Meanwhile, 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. 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. The lines includes customization options to fit the individual shooter. Features include adjustable butt plates, cheek pieces, colors and finishes. McMillan offers factory-inletted stocks for most popular rifle configurations as well.
For more information, visit mcmillanusa.com.
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