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Taking Stock

By Matthew Cameron
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The stock of a rifle is the connection between the metallic components and the person pulling the trigger, the term appears to date from the 1500’s. Aside from any other considerations the stock needs to be functional.

 

Over time they have, like the mechanical parts of the rifle, evolved into different types for different shooting disciplines. Initially they were only made of wood, probably whatever was available.

 

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