McMillan A-4 Rifle Stock Remington 700 ADL Long Action Varmint Barrel Channel Fiberglass Semi-Inletted

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The A-4 Tactical Sniper stock was originally designed for the U.S. Marine Corps. The fore-end is similar to the A-2 but the bottom is dropped to be parallel to the top. It has a vertical pistol grip and a new concept "Butt Hook" for better control of the butt with the non-trigger hand. Semi-inletted stock is for right hand only and must be fitted to specific action. Fits varmint barrel contours. Includes pre-installed recoil pad and sling studs

Material: Multi-layer fiberglass cloth laminated with epoxy resin. Receiver area is filled with solid fiberglass, forend is filled with epoxy and glass beads. Butt portion is filled with urethane foam.

Work Needed:
  • Action may be bedded to stock, but acceptable accuracy is possible without bedding. The manufacturer recommends a free-floating barrel. Barrel channel is made with .050" clearance so that barrel should remain free-floating after action is installed in the stock.
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