The new Long Range Composite Stock is is the result of two years of research and development that was designed to accomplish several goals. First, we wanted to combine the best modern stock designs in the world into one “ultimate” model that would not only have the most inherent accuracy available, but also have the high comb needed to clear big scopes while still able to remove the bolt from the receiver. We also required the LRC™ to be durable, comfortable to shoot, easy to control and flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of barrels from hunting-weight sporters through the heaviest varminters. We accomplish this barrel interchangeability though the use of our patented forend inserts. The finished stock comes with either the narrow or wide insert permanently bonded into place, unlike the unpainted model. Your preference will be the guide here, bear in mind the more free float the faster your barrel will cool.
We've noticed some shooters prefer these stocks with no barrel channel insert installed, if you'd like yours without the channel insert (maximum free float), just give us a call.
Please do not confuse new Long Range Composite Stock with the cheap, flimsy polypropylene stocks on off-the-shelf factory composites like the 700 SPS. These are constructed from the stiffest, most durable 40% fiberglass filled composite we could find, much like your Glock frame, with our famous aluminum Accublock® molded right into the stock from the start.
A lot of time and effort went into developing the best finish for our stocks and we have finally the perfect finish.
We are offering these stocks in a vairety of textured finish spider web colors and several hydro-dip finishes.
- Carbon Fiber Cloth
- Kryptek Highlander
- Kryptek Typhoon
- Olive with Black Web
- Tan with Black Web
- Black with Gray Web
Please note: The black listed on this page is a finished smooth black.
For these stocks we have developed a new KickSoft™ recoil pad. Our new pad is of a medium firmness, when shooting magnums it won’t collapse or make a firm shoulder hold shaky like a softer pad, nor is it as hard as some others that do little to absorb recoil. We think you’ll like it a lot, but if you want a different pad it'll unscrew and your gunsmith can fit the alternate of your choice.
The grip cap is made from the same material as the stock and forend, a special type of 40% glass-filled composite. I can see many of our more custom-minded customers having an identical cap machined out of a small piece of aluminum stock and engraved to taste.
These stocks don’t require bedding, however those who insist on using an epoxy bedding system in their rifles should only concern themselves with skim-bedding the aluminum AccuBlock® itself. Do not remove any of the composite material in the stock itself nor modify the block in any way.
Nominal Specs: length overall - 32"; forend width - 2"; weight 3.5 lbs.
- Your choice of a patented:
(2.2) Narrow Barrel Channel Insert (Sporter to Magnum barrels) OR
(2.3) Wide Barrel Channel Insert (Magnum to Varmint barrels)
- 10-32 x 5/8” Insert Screws (3)
- Grip Cap
- Grip Cap Screws (2)
- Stocky’s KickSoft™ Recoil Pad
- Recoil Pad Screws (#10 x 1” Phillips)
- Swivel Studs
- Swivel Stud Spacers
- (10.1) Rear Receiver Screw (10.2) Front Receiver Screws
- Mil Spec Floorplate Spacers
* Reference only, stocks shipped completely assembled.
US Design Patent Number D744,055
|Max Barrel Contour||1.20 Bull|
|Weight||3 lbs 11 oz|
|Length of Pull||13.5"|
- Awesome stock great priceReview by Bill
.900" dia.Other than a minimum of file work on one side of the trigger slot the drop in fit was perfect. Shooting off a bag or bipod at the range shoulder fit & cheek weld are great allowing for such a steady hold. Yes she weighs in over 13 lbs with scope a bit of a portly girl but the recoil is soaked up & is a joy to shoot with any powder/bullet combo I've shot so far. Next build .358 Norma mag is definitely going in one too. (Posted on 2/23/2017)
- Great StockReview by Richard
This would be a great stock for $350...for it's actual price it is an incredible deal. (Posted on 2/14/2017)
- Remington 300 Win Review by J P
- I Own Four Of ThemReview by Tom
- Stock is really good!Review by Brian
Just wanted to say I was one of the first dudes to jump on this stock. I bought the textured finished ones they don't make anymore. Have had it for a year or so now and wanted to give a thumbs up on it. Fired over a thousand rounds on it with .308 and I think it is one of the best stocks made for the price. I have many others too HS, and two manners stocks and this one is just as good. It is super strong and tough, free floats the barrel well. I've given it a beating in desert environments. Easy to install too, I have an Oberndorf plate and had a bit of trouble with it but noticed it was my own fault, you need to use the spacers as your tightening it down, it will fit but make sure your box is seated in the grooves of the plate, the box likes to wiggle but has a sweet spot to close. It is super tough and made my SPS with a new criterion barrel as accurate as my custom remmys. I really want to get their carbon fiber one. But this stock is up there with some of the more expensive ones for sure. Excellent accuracy and a great aluminum bedding. They cerakote and duracoat real good too. I may save and stick with this stock on future builds and hope it advances. You wont be disappointed and can save much more money and get the same quality! (Posted on 9/26/2016)
- Stocky's Hit It Out Of The Park - AgainReview by Frederick
When I took it out of the box my barrel and action dropped right in, as usual. But the finish took me by surprise! Their spiderwebs are the best in a business and I mean that literally. Impressive, absolutely beautiful "bullet-proof" stock.
If you want to see what your rifle is capable of, drop it into one of these. No stock that I've found is more accurate or fits better. And I've used them all.
Keep up the great work, Stocky's! (Posted on 7/20/2016)
- GREAT STOCK and VALUEReview by Terry
I will buy another one very soon for my long action ultra mag. (Posted on 6/28/2016)