McMillan Introduces Game Stalker Rifle Stock

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posted on November 2, 2020
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McMillan Fiberglass Stocks has extended its hunting-stock line with the Game Stalker. Developed for hunters who appreciate the familiar profile of traditional hunting-rifle stocks, but desire the precision of a custom fiberglass stock, the Game Stalker distinguishes itself with a more conventional grip slope than its Game Hunter sibling. The grip angle combines with a high Monte Carlo-style cheek piece to provide optimal fit and alignment for use with high-mount rings, and scopes with large objective lenses. The forend is also designed to accommodate carbon-fiber-wrapped barrels.

A broad range of barreled actions will fit the Game Stalker, and the stock is offered in several hand-applied colors and finishes. For more information on the new Game Stalker hunting-rifle stock, or to view the complete McMillan product line, visit McMillanUSA.comMSRP: $337-493

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