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2018 MCS-CS Compact Stock



A lot of work went into developing our tactical series stocks. They were designed with an ultimate goal in mind, ruggedness, stability, accuracy, and ergonomics. These stocks are engineered for the correct stiffness to weight ratio using state of the art processes during manufacturing ...

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Manners Composite Stocks is proud to introduce our new line of hunting stocks called the Elite Hunter Series. A lot of work went into the development for this line of stocks. The ultimate goal was to be as light as possible but still maintain the ruggedness, stability, accuracy and ergonomics of the rest of our lineup ...

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There has been a lot of time and effort by MCS and many world class shooters to develop our F- class stock. The length of the stocks are very long. From the back of the action to the tip of the stock is about 27 inches long which is about 7 1/2 longer than the MCS-T4 stock ...

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New for 2018

For 2018 Manners Composite Stock introduces a lineup of new products, including MCS-PRS1TK stock for Tikka actions, MCS-DBMTK Tikka Mini Chassis system, redesigned MCS-T2AGAP and MCS-CS Compact Stock. New colors for 2018 include Scorched Earth, Americana, and new Elite Tactical metallic colors; Copperhead, Moola, Bloodshot and Black&Blue.

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Manners Composite Stocks continues to dominate the PRS for the 4th consecutive year.

  • In 2014, almost 30% of all the shooters who finished in the top 50 ran a Manners Stock including 7 of the top 10.
  • In 2015, pro shooters trusted a Manners Composite Stock more than twice as much as any other brand.
  • About 1/3 of the shooters in the top 100 and almost 40% in the top 50 were using Manners stocks, and top 10 shooters chose Manners Stocks more than any other single brand.
  • In 2016, pro shooters still trusted a Manners Composite Stock more than twice as much as any other brand, with about 1/3 of shooters using a Manners stock.
  • In 2017, 3 of the top 5 shooters for the season performed with an MCS stock.