A serious hunter is a different breed. Compromise is not an option
when the hunt of a lifetime is at stake. And that includes the
equipment you choose.
Humidity imperceptibly twists the finest wood stock, altering
pressure points and barrel vibrations. On a bad day, you could miss
that record book shot by up to 10” at 400 yards. Don’t take that
risk. Every McMillan fibreglass stock is a weatherproof foundation
for accuracy, with military-grade ruggedness and custom-grade good
The best rifle manufacturers use McMillan for their finest custom
grade and precision tactical rifles. Custom gunsmiths choose
The Browning Classic is an
Americanized European design with a straight comb and a cheek piece
with a shadow line. The stock has a small amount of cast off as well
as cant, which allows the shooter to get behind the scope more
easily. The forend will accept up to a #5 barrel contour. Because
all of the stocks are filled solid and then inletted using
computerized CNC machining centres, each stock is made specifically
either for the A-Bolt, the BBR, or the Browning Safari. To guarantee
the fit of completely finished stocks, the barrelled action must be
The Browning Hunter is a copy
of a factory Sako design. It has a Monte Carlo cheek piece and a
palm swell. It also has a small amount of cast off and cant, which
makes for easier target acquisition. The forend of this stock is
very narrow and will take up to a #4 barrel contour. Because all of
the stocks are filled solid and then inletted using computerized CNC
machining centres, each stock is made specifically either for the
A-Bolt, the BBR, or the Browning Safari. To guarantee the fit of
completely finished stocks, the barrelled action must be sent in.
This stock has a
semi-beavertail forend. It has a Monte Carlo comb, but no cheek
piece, allowing it to be shot right or left-handed. This stock is
one of the more popular stocks in the McMillan line and will accept
up to #8 barrel contour. Available in right and left hand.
This stock was designed by
the famous Harry Lawson and was specifically made for heavy recoil
rifles. The forend is chequered and slightly flared to accommodate
the larger barrel (up to a #7) contour of the large calibre rifles.
It has a high, roll-over Monte Carlo style cheek piece, a small palm
swell and chequered pistol grip, as well as a small amount of cast
off. All features combine to lessen felt recoil. Available in right
and left hand models for Remington style actions only.
Like the Lazzeroni Sporter, the Thumbhole Sporter was designed by
Harry Lawson for heavy recoil rifles. The chequered forend is
slightly flared and will accept up to a #7 barrel contour. The
pistol grip is chequered and slightly more vertical with a small
palm swell. It has a roll-over cheek piece with a small Monte Carlo
and a small amount of cast off. Available in right hand only. Will
accept a variety of actions, including Remington, Winchester, Sako,
Savage, McBros and others.
The Remington Hunter is a beautifully designed stock with a Monte
Carlo and cheek piece as well as a small palm swell. the uniquely
designed fine line checkering adds to the "custom" look of this
stock. This stock is patterned after the factory Sako 75 and has
been adapted specifically for Remington 700 actions. It will accept
up to a #8 barrel contour. Available in right and left hand.
We have refined our Remington Varmint stock in response to your
requests for a higher comb that accommodates the large bell varmint
scopes. In addition to the higher comb, the stock includes
conventional checkering, a palm swell on the pistol grip, and a
semi-beavertail forearm about 2“ wide. It is an ambidextrous stock
that may be inletted for any right or left hand Remington action. It
will take barrels up to a #7 Douglas contour.
The Remington BDL was patterned after a Remington Custom Shop .375
stock. The forend is slightly larger than the factory stock and can
accommodate up to a #5 barrel contour for right hand configurations.
The left hand version is slimmer and will accommodate up to a #4
barrel contour. It may be used with long or short 700 actions, ADL
(blind magazine) or BDL (hinged floor plate) and as a single shot
using a Remington ADL trigger guard. It can also be used for 721,
722, and 788 actions.
The Sako 75 is a reproduction of the factory stock, which may be one
of the finest hunting stocks on the market today. It comes with a
Monte Carlo and cheek piece, small palm swell and uniquely designed
fine line checkering. It can accommodate all factory Sako 75 actions
with up to a #5 barrel contour. It is available in right and left
The Sako 75 Varmint features a Monte Carlo cheek piece, small palm
swell and fine lined checkering. The semi-beavertail forend is wide
enough to be stable when shooting off sandbags or pedestals, but not
as wide as a bench rest stock. This stock is available for Sako 75-I
and 75-III actions only and will accept up to a #8 Douglas barrel
contour. It is available in right hand only.
This is a modification the Sako Hunter. It has a palm swell and a
full Monte Carlo butt. The rear tang has been modified to fit the
older Tikka Model 65 and also works well with the Remington 700
actions with factory barrels or custom contours up to a #4.
Available in right hand only.