Every McMillan stock begins in a mold where the outside protective layer of gelcoat is applied. Then fiberglass cloth is laid up by hand for strength, as opposed to sprayed through a chop gun. This shell is cured under pressure and heat for maximum strength and minimum weight. We fill the shell with a light composite material for vibration dampening and additional strength. In the action area, we use a tough, denser fill.
The stock is then precision-inletted for your action on a CNC machine, hand sanded and when requested, painted with an industrial finish.
This creates a weatherproof stock that will consistently hold point of impact in all extreme weather conditions, unlike wood or injection molded plastic. Also, a McMillan stock is tough enough to spend a lifetime in combat conditions with no loss of integrity, as our elite armed forces will attest.