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The Modified 40X stock is the perfect type of stock for 3-position and National Match competitions. The entire cheekpiece is vertically adjustable, the deep belly gives a better left hand support position for off-hand shooting, and the cut-away forearm gives a much lower and more stable hold for the prone position. The deep belly area will accept an extended magazine box for a full five round capacity. This stock will work well with any Remington type action. It is recommended for a blind magazine only, and is only available in a right hand model.  Color shown, 50% purple 50% white marble.


FLAT TOP (No Inlet) $338
BASIC INLET (INCLUDES: Action Outline & Barrel Channel) $390
FULL INLET (INCLUDES: Action, Floorplate & Barrel Channel $548



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Pads & Butt Plates (price includes installation)

Decelerator Pad

Decelerator Pad


Limbsaver Pad

Limbsaver Pad


2-Way Vertical Butt Plate

2-way Vertical Butt Plate


3-Way Vertical Butt Plate

3-way Adjustable Butt Plate


adjustable spacer system

Spacer System


Cheekpieces (price includes installation)

gunstock, Integral Thumbwheel Adjustable Cheekpiece

Integral Thumbwheel Adjustable Cheekpiece


gunstock, Integral Clamp Bar Adjustable Cheekpiece

Integral Clamp Bar Adjustable Cheekpiece


Rails & Other Options

Anodized Anschutz® or Freeland Rail

Anodized Anschutz® or Freeland Rail


Flushmount Base Cups

Flushmount Base Cups

$14.00 each

Seekins 3" Picatinny Rail

Seekins 3″ Picatinny Rail


Machine Screw Sling Studs

Machine Screw Sling Studs

$8.00 each

Wichita 1.5" Fixed Sling Loops

Wichita 1.5″ Fixed Sling Loops (2)


Pre-Installed Machined-in Pillars

Pre-Installed Machined-in Pillars



Painted Finishes

For the finest presentation-grade surface, we suggest a painted finish. Six solid paint colors are available.


A new speckletone granite finish is also available. Choose any solid base coat color and specify either one or two speckletone paint highlights to create an attractive custom finish.


When you order any paint finish, the underlying stock is hand-sanded, primed, and painted to eliminate all surface imperfections. This is the finish most manufacturers specify for the McMillan stocks that are sold with their custom shop rifles.


The paint we use is an industrial grade, non-slip pebble finish similar to that found on power tools, office machines and industrial equipment. This polyurethane paint is the most durable we can find and is suitable for conditions found from the Arctic to the tropics. However, any painted finish will scratch when dragged over rocks, limbs and other hard surfaces. It is impervious to most gun cleaning solvents, but harsh solvents should be wiped off immediately.


Repainting an existing McMillan Stock


We can repaint any McMillan stock for our customers at a nominal charge.


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Spectre Patterns

The Spectre Series is McMillan’s new molded-in finish that mimics aspects of digital camouflage. It is currently available in four different color schemes.


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Ambush Patterns

Desert Ambush is the first offering of the Ambush series. The color pattern was developed for the desert terrain and foliage of the Southwestern United States.


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Marble Patterns

Molded-In Colors to Create a Unique Marble Pattern.


Molded in colors are the most durable finish we offer. With a molded finish, the color is impregnated into the gelcoat, or exterior surface layer of the stock. All of the molded-in finishes below should be considered utility-grade. Mold lines, sanding marks, fiberglass cloth and small imperfections may be visible.


Molded-in stocks are provided with a matte finish to minimize light reflection. After receiving your stock, some customers take it upon themselves to further wetblock sand and buff the surface to achieve a polished, warm luster finish. This is particularly attractive with marble patterns.


A molded-in stock will weigh several ounces more than a painted stock due to the additional resin material that is used.


We do our best to make your particular finish as attractive as possible. However, we are limited in what can be accomplished with molded-in colors. Solid colors, especially darker ones, produce the greatest challenge, whereas the camouflage patterns tend to look better because the various colors and shapes hide imperfections. Marbled colors offer the best choice for creating a finished look with a molded-in color.


Marble Finishes


A marble finish is created by swirling two or three different colors into the surface of the stock. The result is a beautiful effect that is unique to your stock. McMillan pioneered this finish, which has become a familiar hallmark of our brand.


Choose any 2 or 3 of the molded in colors to create a unique swirled marble pattern finish for your custom stock. Literally thousands of different patterns can be created, including any you see on our website.


No two stocks are ever made alike as the marbling action is totally random in occurence.


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The most popular marble finishes are shown here. Virtually any color combination is possible and some color combinations are inherently more pleasing than others.


Note that a marble finish can be used as an effective camouflage pattern when using olive green, black, gray and other common camo colors.


Each finish is done by hand and it is impossible to duplicate any particular marble pattern. Because marbling is created in the mold under pressure, patterns are random and not controllable. Specific vertical or horizontal patterns are not possible. Also, colors will change shades somewhat due to the mixing of colors while the swirling is done. Marble stocks may not be returned because of dissatisfaction with the color. However, you may opt to have us paint the stock at our regular price.


The colors on the right are used to create molded-in swirled marble and camo finishes. Solid molded in colored stocks are not available from McMillan.

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Camouflage Finishes

McMillan Uses Molded-In Colors to create a Unique Camouflage Finish


Standard Camouflage Patterns

Eleven basic camouflage patterns are standard order items. The colors are not painted on the surface, but are molded into the stock for durability when used in extreme environments. Many military units specify this finish for their tactical stocks, with the choice of colors dependent on the part of the world where the rifle will be deployed. Custom camo patterns of any three or four colors are optional at no extra charge.














Retail Store

McMillan Fiberglass Stocks Order Form

McMillan offers our customers two ways to purchase a McMillan stock. Buy our most popular stocks in inventory in our Retail Store or select a McMillan special, one-of-a-kind stock offered on the individual stock pages.


To place a custom order stock, please see the directions below.


There is no set “fixed” price on any of our stocks. Our pricing is designed to let all of our customers get just what they want (within limits) and not have to pay for anything they do not want or need.


Our price list is broken down into two basic sections where most stocks in that group are all priced the same. For the “Hunting and Sporting” type stocks look in the “hunting” section for the current price for a fully inletted blank. This price includes the color and finish of your choice.


In the Tactical and Competition stock section, look again to see the starting base price. These stocks typically have a more solid fiberglass filler material which requires slower inletting speeds and more inletting for stock options and accessories and are priced higher than the hunting stocks because of the increased CNC machine time. Again the base price includes the color and finish of your choice.


Now look in the “stock options or accessories list.” You will see many optional items here and the price each option or accessory will add to the base price. Just add the cost of each item to the base price.


There are three ways to order your McMillan fiberglass stock: