3D printing is definitely the wave of the future in manufacturing. However, for the most part, what we’ve seen is novelty items or non-serviceable experiments exploring the limits of the process. As far as I know, TacStar, one of the Lyman family of brands specializing in tactical accessories, is the first company in our industry to bring a 3D printed item to market. The newest product is an AR-15 Adjustable Match Rifle Stock. This is not a toy. It’s a well engineered stock that allows you to customize the length of pull and comb height to ensure that your AR fits you perfectly. A properly fitting gun, of course, allows you to shoot your best. The various components of the stock were precisely fitted and appeared rugged. Time will tell, but given its reputation, I doubt that Lyman/TacStar would sell anything it hadn’t tested thoroughly. If there was a problem, you can rest assured Lyman would take care of it, so there’s no gamble in buying this new product. Take a look for yourself and see if you don’t agree that this remarkable stock is a good-looking piece.