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Hunting Rifle Stocks

We designed the rifleman stock because we were tired of using heavy, clunky, ambidextrous stocks designed only for prone position shooting. We wanted a stock that would give us the comb height needed for prone, with a grip shape that would be great for prone as well as other shooting positions. We also wanted a right hand dedicated stock so we could design a grip shape that would be the most secure and comfortable for a right handed shooter. No compromise was our goal. We mocked up our first prototype and sent it out to hunters, military trained shooters, and civilian competitive shooters.

The hunters liked it. The military and competitive shooters wanted a higher comb. We raised the comb another ¼” and sent it out again. Everyone loved the stock. We chose McMillan to build the stock for us because of the quality of their materials and their ability to handle so many different action, barrel contour, and bottom metal inlets. This also allows us to take advantage of the carbon fiber Edge Technology for reduced weight when needed. Specs are as follow: Drop at nose: 1/4”, Drop at top of comb: 5/16”, Drop at heel: 1 7/16”. Standard stock weight with 1” Decelerator pad is 32 ounces. In EDGE stock weight is 26 ounces. Whether you are a hunter, a competitive rifle shooter, or both, you will love this stock.

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Most long range hunting scopes have a 50mm objective and mount using a high scope ring. We have designed this stock to give you a good cheek weld using these scopes without the need for a strap on or adjustable cheek piece.


Because we have a dedicated right hand design, our grip shape is superior to ambidextrous stock designs. The grip has a palm swell on the right only instead of on both sides. This makes the grip less bulky. The grip has a relief for the fat part of you palm below your thumb and the nose of the comb does not dig into the backside of your thumb. This all combines to give the Rifleman the most comfortable grip in its class. The more comfortable your grip, the better you will shoot.


The forearm on most tactical stocks is large and blocky with no consideration for off-hand shooting or shooting off sticks. Our stock’s forearm is heavy enough to support use with a bipod but slim enough to work well off sticks or off-hand.

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