VOERE Präzisionstechnik GmbH from the Tirol Area in Austria have developed a brand new modular stock in polymer for their LBW-M, M2 and X3 models.
There is a space at the rear of the stock, which can accommodate either a magazine or an insert that can hold your monopod for instance. You can see the video below how it works, as there are no pictures that show this feature.
Below: The VOERE M2 with the new stock. Calibers from .223 Rem to 300 Win Mag.
Below: The VOERE LBW-M with the new option. This rifle uses the same calibers as the M2 above.
Below: The VOERE X3 comes in calibers up to 408 CheyTac. Priced from around €7,000, this is the heavy-duty rifle.
If you “need” a larger caliber there is also the M2 model in .50 BMG. The price of the X5 starts from around € 9,500 in Europe, which is about 10,700 USD. It is not available with the new stock, not yet anyway.
From Voere’s description:
NEW Modular Polymerstock or VOERE LBW-M, VOERE M2 and VOERE X3 models – Short presentation of our polymer shaft for VOERE M2
Modular plastic butt stock for models M2 / X3 – suitable for models M2 and X3
Installation by a qualified gunsmith!
With Mod. X3 magazine holder lever for exchange
The price for the new stock for the M2/X3 is €642.40
You can find the new stock here: direct link.
Here is a video, in German/Austrian, that explains all the functions of the new stock. The possibility to store a spare magazine is pretty clever, and not seen so often on long range precision rifle stocks.
My all-time favourite firearm from Voere is the S16, a very light Sten-styled Suppressed Rifle that takes AR15 magazines.
What do you think of Voere’s new stock? Do you wish it was available for your rifle as well?