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HI Guys,
I thought that I would post up our new 2015 additions to our product line up. There is a total of about 8 new stocks/options available this year. We should have full descriptions and good pictures a few weeks on our web page. I will do a few different post in this thread to get all the pics up, here is the first one. Thank you

MCS-EH6 - Here is a few pics of our new MCS-EH6 stock. It is a 100% carbon fiber just like all of or elite hunting series stocks. We will offer this stock in two versions, the short ( which will take rem 700 with up to a 1.3" 1.25 dia straight shank, and the long version, which will take up to a 700 long with a 1.75" straight shank. The reason for this is that we wanted to keep the overall size of this stock as compact as possible. Its hard to tell by the pictures but this stock is very rounded, on the bottom and just enough flat for a Bdl hinge. Lop on these came out a 14.5" with a 1" pad, the one in the pic is 14" with a 1/2". The shape and height of the butt section is very close to the EH3 stock which has a high cheek to get your head up high for the bigger objective scopes that most a running. The front of the cheek will have a small grove for the bolt to clear when cycled. The drop of the pad from the center of the bore is very high at about .78". The first batch of stocks averaged 22 to 25 ounces with a 1/2 pad installed. All had seven or 700 short inlets with bartlein 2b contours in them. For comparison I added two pictures of the EH6 and EH3 ( tan stock ) together to highlight the differences.
 

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MCS-EH8 - This is our new MCS-EH8. It is 100% carbon fiber just like the rest of the Elite hunter series stocks. The average weight of this stock will be 22 to 24 ounces with a 1/2" pad and is about 2.75" shorter than the EH6. It is designed for a rem seven or 700 s/a with up to a Bart#2b with about a 1.4" long shank. The max LOP with a 1" pad is 14.5". It will take a BDL bottom metal but is really designed for a ADL. Very round contoured with traditional straight grip, very little palm swell and a high cheek to get you head up for a larger objective scope. The barreled action in the stock is the new defiance Seven, with a bart #2B. This is the smallet most traditional stock that we make.
 

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MCS-EH5 and MCS-EH5A
We came out with the stock in the elite hunting line up, but I think this is also going to make a nice compact tactical stock also. The standard layup is a 100% carbon fiber, but can also be had with the fiberglass shell. This is actually a slimed down version of our popular MCS-T5A stock. The adjustable cheek version will also have the option of our standard KMW cheek hardware or the new light weight LRI adj cheek hardware which made out of titanium and aluminum.
 

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MCS-BDLSV - This is our new mini chassis made for the savage short 2.75/4.40 actions. This will work with all factory and most aftermarket detach mag systems. The picture is shows the chassis in black with a CDI DBI trigger guard and a 2.75 short action.

We also have a DBM version that is not going to be done in time for the Shot Show, but will be available for order mid to end of February. Our DBM version is cut for a remington style stock. What this means is that on the bottom of the stock it will be flush with the bottom metal and not sunken in like the factory bottom metal, it will almost have the same appearance as our current 700 DBM.
 

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MCS-EHTA
This is a adjustable version of our current MCS-EHT ( tikka t3 ) stock. We had a lot of guys ask us to do this last year so here you go. We are also using the new light weight LRI adj cheek hardware which made out of titanium and aluminum. The overall finished weight is coming in around 2.3lbs.
 

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MCS-EHF1 and MCS-EHF1A folding stocks
This is a folding version of our current MCS-EH1 stock. These stocks are made out of a 100% carbon fiber with a steel and aluminum hinge. The hinge is the same design as our current rock solid hinge. The only change from the EH1 stock was the addition of a flat at the very front of the forend to give it enough room to accept a EFR mount. The average weights for the EHF1 (non adj cheek ) have only been 2.51 lbs, the EHF1A ( adj cheek ) have been coming in at 3.17 lbs.
 

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MCS-T7
Designed as a more compact tactical stock. Very high cheek, flat forend with finger groves, wide enough for a EFR mount, and has a hook added for the guys that pull the stock into there shoulder with there non shooting hand.
 

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MCS-EH7
For the big game hunters, here is a 100% carbon fiber stock for CZ550b actions. Very traditional design, on the lighter side, but is still filled with a heavy
 

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MCS-T7
Designed as a more compact tactical stock. Very high cheek, flat forend with finger groves, wide enough for a EFR mount, and has a hook added for the guys that pull the stock into there shoulder with there non shooting hand.
I really like the concept of this stock. Have you got an overhead shot showing the width of the fore end?

Can these be inlet for a Win LA?
 
Tom, I see in the EH5 picture you're using a bottom (trigger guard) bolt release Savage in the mini chassis. In regards to the mini chassis, does it make a difference whether the Savage is top or bottom bolt release?
 
Your stocks are awesome, but can they be had in much shorter LOP?
Hi Catfur, Shorter is easy, just tell the office what pad you want and the LOP. There is some limitations on some of the stocks once you get down to about 12 1/4" but most will go shorter than that if needed. Thank you very much
 
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