I’m getting ready to order a McMillan A5 stock and can’t decide whether to get the A5 adjustable or the straight A5. My concern is whether the added cost and weight from the adjustable cheek piece is necessary. I’ve noticed in pictures on this forum that most adjustable cheek piece are only raised a small amount. The rifle will be a 338 Lapua on a Stiller TAC 338 action with a 29in brux barrel (fluted sendero contour). Center shot Rifles will be building this rifle so I will probably be using a Muscle break. This rifle will be shot mostly for a bipod but I would like to be able to shoot it from the shoulder if necessary. You can buy McMillan stocks, ready to ship at Long Range Hunting.