McMillan’s releases new Tactical Hunter Stock for precision long range shooting
By Jacki Billings
The Tactical Hunter Stock blends a tactical style with hunting functionality. (Photo: McMillan)
Following the release of the M40A1 HTG Stock McMillan Fiberglass Stocks debuts a new modified version, launching the Tactical Hunter Stock.
The Tactical Hunter Stock takes note of the M40A1 design, blending a tactical style with a profile best suited for long range hunting. Featuring a wider, deeper and more rounded forearm the stock provides a larger grip surface with better stability when shooting off day packs, rocks or timber, McMillan said. The forearm also boats a more acute angle at the bottom, supplying a quick height adjustment with reduced fore and aft movement.
The company said this design ultimately makes for a comfortable shooting experience paired with preferred sight alignment in less than ideal hunting conditions. The Tactical hunter Stock comes with or without an integral, adjustable cheekpiece and touts a straight, ambidextrous profile.
Shipping with the Tactical Hunter Stock, McMillan includes 1-inch Pachmeyer Decelerator recoil pad, sling swivel studs and bipod mount stud. In addition, the stock offers installed aluminum pillars which allow the barreled action to be dropped in.
Pricing on the Tactical Hunter Stock starts around $300 and tops out at $562.
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