MODULAR TACTICAL SYSTEM: Our new MFS-14 turns an M14-style rifle into a state-of-the-art, modular tactical system. The basic fiberglass stock serves as a chassis to which you can add tactical components according to the functionality desired. This design concept is by request from several US and foreign military organizations whose field operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have determined the need for a precision tactical rifle in .308 caliber, with semi-automatic firepower.
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PROFESSIONAL TACTICAL SYSTEM: The new A-5 stock combines all the most requested features of the entire A-series into one professional tactical rifle stock. Compared to our other A-series stocks, the A-5 uses a beavertail forearm that is wider and flatter. The action and barrel sit lower for enhanced stability. The A-5 uses the trim A-3 pistol grip. The dual purpose butt hook is fully functional for either riding sandbags or controlling the rifle with the non-trigger hand. The A-5 can be made as light as 2.5 lbs. Different molds are available for Remington, Winchester, Sako 75, Sako A-series, Howa, Savage, Weatherby Mark V, and most custom benchrest actions in both right and left hand configuration.
The A-4 tactical sniper stock was originally designed for the USMC. The optional adjustable saddle type cheekpiece is comfortable and efficient. The forend is similar to the A-2 but with the bottom dropped to be parallel to the top. It has a vertical pistol grip and a butt hook for better control of the butt with the non-trigger hand. It is available with fixed length of pull or adjustable spacer system. The A-4 will accommodate all Remington 700 and Winchester Model 70 actions and can be customized for other actions at an additional cost. The stock is ambidextrous and may be inletted for either right and left hand.
The A-3 is a modified lightweight version of our popular A-2 stock. It is the most widely used field sniper stock available. It is available with or without an integral adjustable cheekpiece. The forend is .312 inch shallower from top to bottom to provide a more stable platform while shooting off sand bags or a pedestal. The stock is also filled slightly lighter than the A-2 but retains all the features that make the A-2 such an excellent tactical stock. The A-3 is made primarily for Remington and Winchester actions and it will take barrels up to 1.350 inches in diameter. Available in right and left hand.
The A-2 tactical stock was designed using input from the U.S. Marine Corps as well as the F.B.I. A vertical pistol grip and straight line, extra-high comb provide for better prone shooting as well as seated bench type shooting. The forend is tapered downward from front to rear which allows for small elevation adjustments by sliding the rifle forward when using a front sand bag. It can be equipped with either a 3-way adjustable butt assembly, an adjustable spacer system or fixed length of pull. A saddle type cheekpiece may be added for use with night vision equipment. The A-2 will fit most Remington, Winchester, FN Mauser, Sako, Browning, Ruger MK II, Savage, and Howa 1500 actions. Available in right and left hand.
|NEW ADJUSTABLE M40A1|
Now available with adjustable cheekpiece or thumbwheel adjustable cheekpiece.
M40A-1 (HTG) GENERAL PURPOSE HUNTING:
The original M40A-1 Marine Sniper Rifle stock was designed for a heavy barrel Remington 700. It can be used for either short or long actions, as well as ADL (blind magazine) or BDL (hinged floorplate). It will take any barrel contour up to a #8. This stock can also be used for most Remington, Winchester, and Savage actions. The M40A-1 is available with or without texture on the forend and pistol grip. Available in right and left hand.
|NEW ADJ HTG (General Purpose Hunting with Adjustable Comb):|
The ADJ HTG adds an adjustable cheekpiece to our popular HTG stock, the original M40A1 Marine Sniper Rifle stock. It can be used for either short or long Remington actions and will take any barrel contour up to a #8. The ADJ HTG includes texture on the forend and pistol grip. It is available in right or left hand.
This stock was designed in response to a federal agency that requested certain modifications to the M40A1 sniper stock. The A1-3 features a wider forend similar to the A-3 tactical stock. The comb has been raised to the maximum height practical and the 2″ wide forend allows for mounting a broad range of optical options, such as night vision equipment. The stock has stippling on the pistol grip with a smooth surface on the forend. It is shown here with optional flush mount swivel cups.
The M1A is patterned after the Marine Corps Match M14 stock and is ideal for a heavy barreled, match grade service rifle. It is available without hardware in molded-in colors only. It may be completely finished with a painted exterior if all hardware is supplied by the customer. It must be properly bedded to the customer’s action before firing. For M14/M1A rifles only.
The M2A stock is a pistol grip M1A with a vertically adjustable saddle type cheekpiece. It is designed to be used as a long-range weapon when equipped with a scope. The adjustable cheekpiece allows the shooter to see through the scope and still maintain a desirable cheek weld. It must be bedded and is not legal for NRA Service Rifle Competition. For M14/M1A rifles only.
Our M3A stock was designed as an alternative to the pistol grip type M2A. It has a vertical pistol grip with a wrap-over thumb shelf and can be equipped with a vertically adjustable saddle type cheekpiece. The butt is similar in design to the A-2 stock and can be fitted with an adjustable spacer system or a fixed length of pull. The forend is slightly smaller than our Match M1A and is consequently lighter and more maneuverable. It must be bedded. It is not legal for NRA Service Rifle Competition. For M14/M1A rifles only.
Coming soon: M3A with integral adjustable cheekpiece.
The McHale stock was originally designed as a competition stock for use with a number of custom actions with thick benchrest type rear tangs. The generic rear tang area will require some fitting when used with most actions. It has a high, straight comb without a cheekpiece so the stock can be shot from either side. The belly of the stock is parallel to the top so it is best suited for a blind magazine or single shot rather than with a floorplate, which requires some taper to the belly. This stock works well with most Nesika Bay, Stolle, Hall, BAT, and other benchrest type actions which do not have the normal Remington/Winchester tapered style rear tang. It can be inletted for the CZ-550 Magnum with heavy target type barrels at some sacrifice in cosmetics. The McHale can be inletted for both right and left hand actions.
The SSG P2 stock was specifically designed for the SSG based on the A-3 pattern with Steyr quick adjustable spacer system, thumbwheel adjustable cheekpiece, black anodized forend rail, and Uncle Mike’s sling swivel studs. It is finished in black paint.
NEW STEYR SBS:
Fully fitted for the Steyr SBS .308 caliber tactical rifle, this stock comes standard with a thumbwheel adjustable cheekpiece, a spacer system on the butt, an accessory rail under the forearm, two sling studs and a textured black finish.
NEW SIG 3000:
Fully fitted for the SigArms 3000 .308 caliber tactical rifle, this stock comes standard with a thumbwheel adjustable cheekpiece, a spacer system on the butt, an accessory rail under the forearm, two sling studs and a textured black finish.
The Prone Stock was patterned after an Anschutz® 1411 Prone Rifle Stock. It can be used for smallbore using the Anschutz® or several other rimfire actions. It is most commonly used in highpower with a Remington Model 700 or a Winchester Model 70 and is recommended for a blind magazine or single shot only. It comes with an adjustable cheekpiece and can be fitted with a 3-way adjustable butt plate as well as either a Freeland or Anschutz® type handstop rail. Available in right or left hand
The Baker Special was designed by high power shooter Billie Baker using a Winchester Marksman as a starting point. He first extended the beavertail forend to the rear and tapered it back through the receiver area to increase stiffness. He then added a shallow drop belly so that Model 700’s and Model 70’s could have a custom long magazine box fabricated to hold five rounds in the magazine for rapid fire. It is available with a vertically adjustable comb and as a blind magazine only. It may have the 2-way or 3-way buttplate fitted and a forend rail, but will not accept the spacer system. It is ambidextrous and may be inletted for both right and left hand. It may also be inletted for the CZ550 magnum with heavy target type barrels, but requires some custom work on the rear tang of the stock.