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short length of pull fixed stock options


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here are parameters of consideration

 frequently shoot with stock mounted in chest not shoulder, I like to do 3 gun

interested in soft shooting rifle (my understanding is rifle length buffer system shoots softer)

need sling point or points

light weight

considering ACE but looking at options

look forward to any and all  imput

Thank you!

Edited by guidedmiscle
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The "shoots softer" argument is never proven. A carbine stock, with a heavy buffer, will shoot lighter than a stock rifle length buffer system. Using a short fixed stock uses the same buffer system as a collapsible stock.

If your just interested in a fixed short stock, your options are a bit limited.

The A2 Shorty Fixed stock


The ACE ARFX-Entry


Both of those stocks are fixed length, with carbine length buffer systems.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I bought a MOE fixed rifle stock after seeing one 98z5v's builds. I put it on one of my 308s and I really like it and recommend it. It is shorter than the A2....though not by much. QD mounts are available.

Ive been thinking about getting one of these to replace my A2, hoping to get a better cheekweld. They are a direct swap for the A2 right? Has anyone tried the recoil pad on the MOE?

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Now....the UBR is a nice stock. I put that on my SASS and haven't looked back since. That bitch is SOLID. No shake, no rattle, no nothing. It's got a little heft to it, but....HEY....we're men aren't we? <laughs>


Just kiddin fella's. But I am more than satisfied with the UBR on the rifle. Been using it for a couple years now.

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