The ProComp 10x provides an adjustable stock to precision and varmint style rifle set-ups. (Photo: Seekins Precision)
Seekins Precision introduces a new precision stock, the ProComp 10x, due out in March 2018.
The company says the ProComp 10x is the next iteration in the companies precision accessory repertoire, delivering an adjustable stock for all AR style platforms. The stock is equipped with an adjustable cheek rest and recoil pad to allow shooters to precisely fit the stock to their specifications.
“Rigid adjustments for cheek piece is accomplished by a push button, paired with a clamping feature to securely lock it in place,” Seekins Precision said in a statement. “The recoil pad is adjusted via spacer system and each stock comes with two spacers as well as three anti-rotation QD sling points.”
Outfitted with a rubber recoil pad, the stock aims to absorb felt recoil to deliver quicker and more accurate follow up shots on target. The stock mounts to rifle-length receiver extension tubes and is suitable for precision or varmint style rifles.
Seekins says all steel parts come coated in ArmorBlak coating to offer a sleek look alongside durability. Weighing 20.3-ounces the American made ProComp 10x is available for pre-order now with a MSRP of $195.
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