McMillan Introduces the Z-10 Bag Rider Stock

    Z-10 Bag Rider

    Based in Phoenix, AZ, McMillan Fiberglass Stocks offers aftermarket stocks for a long list of actions. They have offerings for hunting, tactical, and competition applications. Using their popular A-10 stock as a base, McMillan has recently developed and released the Z-10 Bag Rider. So, what’s the difference?

    Phoenix, AZ – McMillan® Fiberglass Stocks, the industry leader in precision-driven custom stocks, expands its lineup of ready-to-install fiberglass stocks with the introduction of the new Z-10 Bag Rider.

    The Z-10 Bag Rider is based on the company’s popular A-10 tactical stock, which replaces the A-10’s familiar butt hook with a swept butt profile to more easily accommodate rear bags for bench or prone shooting.

    The Z-10 Bag Rider – Ride in Style

    Z-10 Bag Rider

    The swept butt design is said to aid in the use of a rear bag.

    As McMillan explained above, the Z-10 Bag Rider utilizes a swept butt profile in order to aid in the use of a rear bag. Having a stock that was specifically designed to accommodate a bag could be a desirable feature to those who use them regularly for work or play. Using a universal inlet design, the Z-10 Bag Rider is made to fit most Remington and Remington clone barreled actions, as well as a variety of barrel contours. Some compatible actions named specifically by McMillan include APA, Bighorn, Defiance, Lone Peak, Stiller, Surgeon, and Ultimatum.

    There are both left and right-handed models available. Both the cheek riser height and length of pull are adjustable. The grip is vertical for those who prefer a sharper grip angle. The Z-10 Bag Rider features ambidextrous enhanced thumb shelves. Color options are also plentiful.

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    Those are just a few of the colors and patterns available. If you want to see more, I recommend looking at the Colors and Finishes section on the McMillan website. If you’re interested in seeing more from McMillan, take a look at their FacebookYouTube, and Instagram.

    Nic L

    Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.