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Robocop1051

Precision Stocks

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It’s 2019, and time to refresh our memories on what’s out there and available. 

1. Magpul PRS Gen3

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the Gen3 fits a carbine OR an A2 receiver extension. So you don’t have to buy a completely new setup just for your chooce in stocks. As nice as this stock is, it is a boat anchor for weight,

2. Luth-AR MBA 3

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lightweight and full of features. This is my current “go to” stock. I’m pretty sure this will fit ANY carbine style stock. 

3. AB Arms Urban Sniper Stock (USS). 

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up till recently, this was my favorite stock on the market. I own a few of the last generation models. The new generation does NOT have the spring loaded  LOP adjustment. This stock is very sturdy and very lightweight. 

.4 XLR Tactical AR Stock

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Kinda new to the game. I mostly added them as an option. I have no experience so far. All aluminum construction. 

5. Modular Driven Technology (MDT)

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another new-to-AR stock. I don’t have experience yet. They look promising though. All aluminum construction. 

 

What at am I missing out there? What else is new? Anyone have experience with the CAA stock, or know of a location to find the Ruger RPR stock for sale?

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I believe Luth makes separate stocks for rifle length and carbine length. That is what I have on my AR10 T.

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3 hours ago, Sisco said:

I believe Luth makes separate stocks for rifle length and carbine length. That is what I have on my AR10 T.

They have the whole MBA lineup of stocks. The “3” is just their newest model. It’s lighter and fits a carbine tube. 7BA608A4-C62C-4857-B588-B32284B0E51C.jpeg

you can also get them “naked”, but I wouldn’t consider that as a “precision” stock option. 

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While the rubber pad cannot be extended the mission first tactical adjustable stock can have a cheek riser added on for $20. This stock sits further back than most of the other ones on an adjustable tube. There is also a compartment for storing small items behind the rubber piece. 

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1 hour ago, ar-mountaineer said:

There is also a compartment for storing small items behind the rubber piece. 

A snack compartment is a valued feature!

i have a few of these combo’s. When you put it on an A5 length tube, you get more than a A1/A2 length fixed stock. I’ve always been a fan of the MFT stocks. Thanks for the add. 

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