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Orange & Yellow McMillan Marble Stock Color Photo Gallery

These are all photos of McMillan marble stocks that are primarily orange or yellow.  These are the brightest of the McMillan stock options, and can really help your stock standout and represent your unique personality.  These color ratios are very popular among benchrest and competition shooters. I’ve created several other photo galleries for other colors and also for McMillan’s camo & flame stock patterns as well.  I even have a few tips for things to keep in mind when ordering a McMillan stock. View Other Stock Photo Galleries & McMillan Stock Ordering Tips

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Grape, Purple & Pink McMillan Marble Stock Color Photo Gallery

This photo gallery has all of the Grape, Purple & Pink McMillan stock pictures.  Although these are typically seen as a little more girly … I have to admit some of them look pretty sharp.  These colors will definitely give your rifle a look that is unique to you, and might even convince your girlfriend to go shoot with you.  I’m not sure if that is a blessing or a curse … but maybe it’s an excuse to buy another gun? I’ve created several other photo galleries for other colors and also for McMillan’s camo & flame stock patterns as ...

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McMillan Flame Stock Color Photo Gallery

This photo gallery contains McMillan marble stock pictures that have the “flame” finish.  McMillan’s flame marble stock finish (also somtimes called a fade finish) is made using three colors that transition from the lightest at one end of the stock to the darkest at the other end.  The dark end is typically at the butt of the rifle.  The gallery includes all colors of stocks with a flame finish. I’ve created several other photo galleries for other colors and also for McMillan’s camo & flame stock patterns as well.  I even have a few tips for things to keep in mind ...

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How To Adjust McMillan A5 Stock

There are two types of adjustments you can make on the McMillan A5 stocks: Adjust Length of Pull (LOP) Adjust Comb (i.e. cheek piece) Both of these adjustments are designed to provide better site acquisition, comfort, and control of your weapon.  These same adjustments are common on most of McMillan tactical style stocks (A3, A4, A3-5, etc), as well as some competition and other models of stocks. How To Adjust Length of Pull (LOP) On McMillan Stocks If you don’t know what your length of pull should be, it’s easy to measure.  Check out this article on how to measure your ...

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Custom 7mm Rem Mag

I recently had a custom rifle built that was chambered as a 7mm Remington Magnum. I plan to use it as a dual-purpose rifle: Precision rifle matches (target shooting out to 1000 yards) Hunting (primarily whitetail & mule deer and the occasional wild hog) I did a ridiculous, almost embarrassing amount of research before landing on the 7mm Rem Mag cartridge. After losing a deer last year, I wanted to make sure it had enough energy to put an animal down quickly. There is no such thing as overkill. With that mindset, I actually started by looking at the 300 ...

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