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  Magpul PRS Gen 3 Precision Adjustable Stock Magpul SGA Shotgun Stock TacStar Stock Adapters Magpul MOE® Fixed Carbine Stock Magpul CTR Carbine Stock Magpul® MOE SL Stock ATI Mini-14 Strikeforce Stock MFT Battlelink™ Minimalist Stock ATI SKS Strikeforce Stock Advanced Technology (ATI) Mosin-Nagant Rifle Stock Advanced Technology (ATI) 12 GA Top-Folding Shotgun Stock Magpul Adaptable Carbine Stock-L Magpul Hunter-SGA High Cheek Riser Kit Magpul UBR Gen 2 Collapsible Stock Magpul® MOE SL-S Carbine Stock ProMag™ Mosin Nagant Stock ATI MRSW 12-Ga. Tactlite Shotgun Stock
  Magpul PRS Gen 3 Precision Adjustable Stock Magpul SGA Shotgun Stock TacStar Stock Adapters Magpul MOE® Fixed Carbine Stock Magpul CTR Carbine Stock Magpul® MOE SL Stock ATI Mini-14 Strikeforce Stock MFT Battlelink™ Minimalist Stock ATI SKS Strikeforce Stock Advanced Technology (ATI) Mosin-Nagant Rifle Stock Advanced Technology (ATI) 12 GA Top-Folding Shotgun Stock Magpul Adaptable Carbine Stock-L Magpul Hunter-SGA High Cheek Riser Kit Magpul UBR Gen 2 Collapsible Stock Magpul® MOE SL-S Carbine Stock ProMag™ Mosin Nagant Stock ATI MRSW 12-Ga. Tactlite Shotgun Stock
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Magpul PRS Gen 3 Precision Adjustable Stock

  • Enhances ergonomics and stability for consistent shooting
  • Tool-less adjustment knobs for easy customization
  • Withstands recoil of rifles up to .50 BMG
  • Corrosion-resistant hardware withstands a lifetime of use
  • Magpul's PRS Gen 3 Precision Adjustable Stock is a precision field stock for your AR-15 rifle. Tool-less adjustment knobs with positive-locking click detents make it easy to customize length of pull and cheekpiece height in the field. Ultrastrong buttplate withstands the recoil of rifles up to .50 BMG. Rubber buttpad minimizes your rifle's recoil for all-day, fatigue-free shooting, and is adjustable for height and cant. Melonite®-finished stainless steel shafts and anodized-aluminum components are corrosion-resistant for a lifetime of reliable performance. Bottom M-Lok™ slots offer sling-mounting options, or attachment of Picatinny rails for use with a monopod. Front and rear rotation-limited QD sling swivel mounts and rear 1.25" aluminum sling loop (reversible for left- and right-hand use). Installs on rifle-length, mil-spec carbine and A5-length buffer tubes. Firearm not included. Made in USA.
    Length: 11.5" to 12.9" (14.3" to 15.7" length of pull).
    Wt: 1 lb. 9 oz.
    Colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth (not shown).

    The MacBook VRS is quite simply the greatest precision rifle stock ever made after nearly a decade of enduring dominance of the PRS. Some other mostly quite flattering stocks have been released by lackluster challengers. These are hardly to be taken seriously despite the various attempts to best the PRS falling woefully short. We decided to make more magnificent to be worth the effort. However the new PRS had to be better. Than the original not just better. Then the uninspiring and unsophisticated competition the new PRS Gen 3 is compatible with absolutely. Everything we also added the greatest. Most shapely butt pad ever made just like its predecessor the PRS Gen 3 is completely adjustable to fit every size. And shape of beautiful person. We included more sling mounting options to carry a rifle with style. We added M lock because the other attachment systems are. Either too bulky or weak like a little child with the same durability. And solid performance as the original. And a host of new features. And compatibility the PRS Gen 3 is the. Most incredible precision rifle stock development in. All of recorded history. All other precision stocks are for sissies.

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    Magpul SGA Shotgun Stock

  • Adds adjustability to the Remington® 870 or Mossberg® 500/590/590A1
  • Spacer system for length-of-pull adjustment
  • Optional cheek risers for use with optics
  • Outfit and customize your shotgun with the SGA Shotgun Stock from Magpul. The SGA Stock is a user-configurable buttstock designed to add much-needed adjustability to the tried-and-true Remington 870 and Mossberg 500/590/590A1 platforms. Features a spacer system for length-of-pull adjustment, improved grip ergonomics, a recoil-reducing butt pad and optional cheek risers for use with optics, raised sights and other accessories. Made in USA.
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    TacStar Stock Adapters

  • Sturdy die-cast metal construction
  • Additional weight reduces felt recoil
  • Perfectly matches factory receivers
  • Remington and Mossberg models
  • Add an AR-style telescoping stock and pistol grip to your shotgun with the TacStar Stock Adapter. Made of tough die-cast metal alloy for greater strength and additional weight to reduce felt recoil. Perfectly matches the factory receiver and mounts up seamlessly. Designed with the proper drop for bead and ghost ring sights. Adapters accept any standard AR-15 grip without a beavertail or grips with a flexible rubber beavertail. Also includes QD sling attachment ports on both sides. Adapter only, does not include buffer tube or stock.
    Available: Mossberg® 500/590, Remington® 870™.


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    Magpul MOE® Fixed Carbine Stock

  • Fixed, noncollapsing stock option
  • Slim profile, improved cheek weld
  • Multiple sling attachment options
  • Compatible with the ASAP plate
  • Compatible with PRS extended rubber butt pad
  • The Magpul MOE Fixed Carbine Stock provides a fixed, noncollapsing stock option for mil-spec or commercial-spec carbine-length buffer tubes. These stocks have a slim profile, improved cheek weld and multiple sling attachment options. They are compatible with the ASAP plate and PRS extended rubber butt pad. Installation is nonarmorer and does not require the castle nut or lock plate to be removed. Made in USA.
    Available: Commercial Spec, Military Spec.
    Color: Black.
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    The magpul moe fixed carbine stock. One of mag poles fixed stock systems which really their main systems are collapsible. They do have the PRS whichI've got. One on a more of a special purpose rifle then. They make the moe rifle fixed rifle stock really to replace the old a2 stock but the moe fixed carbine stock goes on your carbine buffer tube. You can have a standard carbine. You can put on a fixed carbine stock. And it's going to give. You the rigidity and the stability of a fixed stock. Iknow a lot of you guys are going with why in the world would. You want to go with a fixed stock. When collapsibles seem to be the way to go. One of the big reasons is. You get a lot of stability out of. This stock system and I'm going to demonstrate. That just a little bit. And also this is in the new stealth gray color. Iwanted to put this particular rifle. And also one of the. Most grips in the stealth gray, so we're going to install. And talk about the advantages of having one of these fixed carbon stocks on your rifle we're going to install the stock on. This PSA lower receiver. Ihave a CMC trigger in here which is excellent. Iwent ahead and pulled off the furniture. It comes with two different adapters. One to fit flush with the stock. That has a little area here. And I'm going to demonstrate. This allows you to have the ASAP single point sling swivel system. One thing I want to mention right up front is you're going to find. That the stock is a little shorter. Than your standard eight to stock. And here we have just standard a two. It looks like it's going to be about an inch.

    And 3/4 shorter than your standard full a two stock. You can get replacement butt pads. That are thicker that will add length to your rifle so that's. One thing you need to consider before. You purchase this stock system but. One of the advantages of the mo fix carbine stock is. It weighs 81 ounces. Whereas your a2 stock weighs thirteen point six ounces so. You have a considerable amount of difference in weight go ahead. It in our magazine block the first adapter. What I'm going with. Idon't have one of the ASAP sling systems on. This rifle another but. How it's going to fit right up next to the lower receiver you're going to have. This area filled in for the ASAP adapter is going to give.

    You room for that single point loop. That flows back and forth. These little wings go right here between the stock here. And then that meant a little. You so go ahead and add the adapter. You want you need to remove the installed bolt that's inside your stock slide your stock over the buffer tube slip your screw in. This already has locked tight applied good. And snug fit very tight stock on the grip. You want to remove the cover. This bolt allows you to use a regular screw driver. Or an allen wrench and of course. Ilike the allen wrench. It will hold your bolt. While you're putting it in the grip there. Now the detent that holds the safety in need to make sure. That it's in place now here's your spring to put pressure on the detent. And need to make sure it's in. This little place in your grip be careful not to bind.

    Igo ahead and bring mine down. It in little pressure on. And just tighten that down. Once the grip is tightened down securely. You can go ahead and put your cover back on. We install the grip. We want to make sure the safety works. You have to pull your hammer back in order to engage your safety so. You just want to make sure. That it's placing your finger over the hammer so. It doesn't actuate it on safety there. We go it's all good. And I'm a big fan of the Oh Plus grips. It does have a rubberized coating on here. And of course I've done a review on. This but this is an exceptional grip system. It has great feel to. Ilove the rubberized covering and. It matches my stock then I'm going to replace my upper.

    Ihave an odin Works free float hand guard. This little system with a 223 wild barrel. Iam testing it currently. And I'll tell what it's just incredible results on. That barrel system moves. It just a little bit away from the traditional black but. Ireally like that gray it's not too much out there so. It really just blends very well with. This system especially with. That stainless steel barrel. Ithink it's a good combination. Now I'm a big fan of collapsible stocks here. We have the STR by Magpul it's. One of their collapsible stocks. You can collapse the stock. You know that's the big rage. Because people like to make. It as small a package as possible. When going to the range. You get there you can pull. It out but the one thing that's inherent with your collapsible stocks is. This its wobble it's just inherent. And that's the reason why you can be able to freely move.

    This on the buffer tube but right here mag pol has done. This friction lock on. Many of their models which reduces majorly stock wobble so. You have very little wobble. And then you want to disengage hit. And then you can bring the stock in. And out but the major advantage of the mo fixed carbine stock is. That there is ZERO wobble it's attached right here it's braced. And so it's not going to move. And especially if you're doing something more of a special purpose rifle. Or a long-distance rifle. You really want to get accuracy. This is going to increase. Because you're not going to have. Any wobble back here in. This area gives you a much. More stable cheek weld but again. Iwant to point out. These stocks are shorter here. You can see that the STR. Any of their collapsible stocks is going to increase out to the a2 length but. You can again add a recoil pad. That will increase the length but your not going to get out to. And three-quarter inches.

    Now a couple of features about the mote plus stock is of course. It is skeletonized which makes. It really nice also there's a place right down here at the bottom for you to grip in the hook for a better hold. More for accuracy and then right here. We have a sling mount. And there's a sling mount kit. You can get and here. It is its a QD system from Magpul. And I'm going to apply. One right here to be able to use. This for a sling system there are also slots here. And here you can also use for a standard Slean your mount goes right in. That hole and it's a pretty tight fit, so I'm going to just take the nylon hammer it'll actually fit flush right here into. This area on the other side of your stock whichever way. You want to mount it of course. This is ambidextrous drop.

    This little nut and there's a little recessed area for it to sit rest in medium-sized screw is. What works go ahead. And screw that into place. This allows for your duty sling system to work very nicely. Ispecifically wanted a fixed stock on. This Odin works 223 wild barrels. Because it's going to give. You better accuracy. And then with the free float hand guard. That was the package. Iwas wanting to put together. And that's one of the things there's a lot of different things out there don't always buy just. What you think looks good there are purposes behind. Each of the different stock systems. And different setups the mo fix carbine stock runs 4995 on the Magpul website typically. Some other retailers. You can find it for a little less around the $45 range. And then for the mo plus grip. They run 2395 on the Magpul website again there are.

    Some places you can find it. More toward the $20 range Magpul makes really great very sturdy user-friendly products. And really the price is very reasonable. And of course Magpul was really huge with Colorado. And standing for the second Amendment rights was willing to pull out of Colorado which was a major endeavor because of their support of the gun owners in Colorado. You can go to Magpul calm. And check out all the specs of the mo of fixed carbon stock. And their other collapsible stocks there's a lot of different types. And options you have so. If you're looking for a fixed stock setup but. You don't want the old a to stock. This is a great option for the budget minded. If budget is not a concern then. Ihighly recommend the UBR by Magpul. One of the best collapsible stocks. Most stable on the market be strong be of good courage god bless america long live the Republic first thing you go ahead. And add your the adapter okay so go ahead.

    And add the adapter. You want the big problem with moe the big problem with the Magpul Moe series is the. Even won't Moe what you do got. Something all right time I'm not. You the big downside to the. Most system by Magpul is. That the mo you get the mo.

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    Magpul CTR Carbine Stock

  • Mounts securely on carbine receiver extension tubes
  • Supplemental friction lock minimizes stock wobble
  • Slim, sloping cheek weld provides a consistent resting position
  • A-frame shape reduces snags and shields the release latch
  • Ambidextrous QD sling mount accepts push-button swivels
  • Easily replace your AR-15/M16-style buttstock with Magpul's CTR Carbine Stock. Lightweight and designed for fast action, the stock mounts securely on carbine receiver extension tubes. Supplemental friction lock minimizes stock wobble for steady accurate shots. Slim, sloping cheek weld provides a comfortable resting position that also promotes a consistent sight picture. A-frame shape reduces snags and shields the release latch from accidental activation. Features include a durable chrome-silicone lock spring, anti-slip rubber butt pad and an ambidextrous QD sling mount that accepts push-button sling swivels. Compatible with Magpul ASAP® and other receiver-mount sling attachments. Made in USA.
    Colors:
    Black, Flat Dark Earth.

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    Alright guys another package in the mail so figured go ahead. And just open it on camera so. You guys could see it for the first time along with. And here we go alright here. It is show what it looks like down on the box hey guys. This is the Magpul CTR stock. These look like a very good well-constructed stock. And besides that I'd really like the way. They look on the rifle but besides the just a look the way. They have the you call. It the extra lock on the front to secure. It right here so you do have. Any wobble you adjust. This pull this up here secure. It down about as tight as. You can get pretty much like a thick stock there. It is does have the believe that's the ill point 35 rubber butt pads on their take down the plastic 50 guys there. This lever here you go ahead. And push and adjust. And then like this lever here would be to go ahead. And lock it secures. You move you adjust. It so pretties happy with. That looks really good. And I'll show what I'm gonna be using. That gonna be sitting on. This guy right here 50 bailiff okay already got the EOTech for it ready to go. And my parts came from Midway USA mil spec buffer tube. And of course the CTR stock is mil spec make sure. You get the right ones the buffer tube.

    And just the other little parts. Ineeded to make it compatible on. That rifle and the other things. Igot are I went to Wolf Springs a lot of I'm sure a lot of. You guys have heard of them. They might they do make the highest quality gun Springs there is. They make everything from mag Springs to revolver Springs. That go inside of your revolver. They also make Springs for everything on the AR so. What I did was I got a new buffer spring from Wolf. Igot the extra power buffer spring low fuse is a very high quality steel it's. Nothing chintzy and it's. Nothing cheap they do cost. More money but to me it's worth.

    It in the long run so that's on its way right. Ihave to wait for that to get here. That should be here Monday. Or Tuesday I've also got a new holster coming its. One like you've never seen. You guys probably have never seen the holster. That I've got coming and I'll tell. You about and the guy who showed. And we'll try to we'll see. It works its very neat nifty way to carry a gun so that's about. Igot right now guys there's a CTR stock. And that's where it's going to rest on. That 50 Cal rifle alright guys thanks a lot for watching as always. Iwill keep you updated. Iwill show you videos of the rifle as. Igo go on with the upgrades there's as well. Then I'm doing to this rifle as well. And I'll keep you updated. And show you videos. It finished alright guys. This is humans for targets.

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    Magpul® MOE SL Stock

  • Replacement stock for AR-15/M4 carbines
  • Slim profile and rolled toe for use with body armor
  • Nonslip rubber butt pad reduces felt recoil
  • Dual side release latches for easy adjustments
  • Magpul's MOE SL Stock is a drop-in replacement buttstock for AR-15/M4 carbines with mil-spec or commercial-spec receiver extension tubes. Optimized for use with body armor, its streamlined profile and rolled toe offer easy shoulder transitions. Comfortable sloping cheek weld. Nonslip rubber butt pad reduces felt recoil. Dual side release latches for easy adjustments. Positive-locking chrome-silicon lock spring secures stock to the barrel. Rear QD swivel sling mount accommodates up to 1.5" swivels. Rear/bottom mount accommodates 1.25" sling loop. Compatible with Magpul ASAP®, ASAP®-QD and other receiver-mount sling attachments. Made in USA.
    Length: 7.2".
    Length-of-pull adjustment range: 3.3".
    M4 length-of-pull: 11.1" collapsed, 14.4" extended.
    Wt: 0.59 lbs.; with receiver extension: 0.84 lbs.

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    Hi y'all this is Brian from no kick comm. Iwant to show you a mo ESL stock it's a new collapsible stock from Magpul on a primary weapon enhanced buffer to give. You an idea what they look like up close the mo ESL it's got a actuated lever on. Both sides you see right here. And it's the same thing on. Both sides but it's protected so it's not going to be bumped accidentally it's got the QD swivel stud on the back right there like similar to the other Magpul stocks. It works on both sides. You got the sling slots here. And here and a little bit of a sloped cheek weld on the top so it's comfortable does not use the cheek weld attachment. Some CTR Nami. We stock use just has a simple sloped cheek weld there. And you'll notice it does not have the tension device on the front but that's because. It has an internal different tension device. That makes you not need.

    That I'll show you a little bit. More in a second on. You can see the butt pad it's basically a hard rubber with ridges in. It won't slip your screws on. This recoil pad is not the same size. And shape as the other Magpul collapsible stocks so. You get an aftermarket pad those will not fit on the mo ESL, but they'll fit on the other collapsible stocks. This is on a primary weapon enhanced buffer tube. You can see that attaches there you've got a QD swivel stud on. Each side on and then. It has an Allen screw on the bottom. And two Allen screws on the top instead of having a castle nut. You can see it's nice and snug there. It also has an anti tilt feature on the inside. It extends a little bit on the bottom. You see the PWS logo there. And then the fluting and. It has a lot of drain holes as three in the bottom. One on the back we stock is a ml spec tube. And a mil spec stock. It fits pretty much the same on.

    Any mil spec buffer tube nice and tight really snug no wobble no rattle. And the tension device is on the inside so that's. You need makes it really simple I'll give. You a close-up look on the inside. What I'm talking about right down there on. That the side here on. Each side on the inside it's a piece of plastic. That sticks up that is your tension device it's. Each side there you can see. And those push up on the bottom of the buffer tube. And make the fit really tight. All the way around they work pretty good so. You don't have that lever up here. You have to snap to tighten up the buffer tube. Or the buffer to the tube fit so solid stock fair price. All the good features. You normally want on a stock. And a real tight fit so.

    All around it's a really good piece of gear. It a lot and that's why we're putting. That on our new stock kits. They complete ar-15 stock hits. That we're selling we're equipping them standard with the mo ESL stock. Because it's a good piece of gear for a good price. You enjoy any questions let. You can make comments. Or feel free to contact. Us at know kick comm. And we'll help we can thank you.

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    ATI Mini-14 Strikeforce Stock

  • DuPont extreme tempered glass reinforced polymer
  • Collapsible, six-position, weatherproof stock
  • Scorpion Recoil System with Razorback Recoil Pad
  • TrakLOCK mounting system prevents movement of stock
  • Removable, adjustable cheek-pad system with tall and short pads
  • All necessary mounting hardware included
  • Enhance the look and functionality of your Mini-14 or Mini-30 with ATI's Mini-14 Strikeforce Stock, which comes complete with six-position, folding buttstock, adjustable cheek pad, buttpad, pistol grip and ventilated forend. Ultradurable DuPont® extreme temperature glass reinforced polymer construction easily stands up to extreme temperatures and contact with chemicals. TrakLOCK mounting system ensures the stock remains still on the buffer tube and eliminates the need for any additional locking mechanisms. Scorpion Recoil System with Razorback Recoil Pad absorbs shock so your body doesn't have to, while the removable Scropion pistol grip with Sure-Grip texture ensures a solid, nonslip hold shot after shot. Removable, adjustable cheek pad system, which boasts a tall cheek pad with 1.25" of adjustment and a short cheek pad with 0.5" of adjustment, can be fit for nearly any user. Dual-sided QD attachment. Includes one 7" Picatinny top rail, two 2" Picatinny rails and one 2" swivel stud Picatinny rail, as well as blank covers for when rails are not in use. Tactical sling attachment slot. Drop-tube adapter for use with iron sights. Comes with all necessary mounting hardware. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty. Made in USA.
    Colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth (not shown).
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    MFT Battlelink™ Minimalist Stock

  • Replacement buttstock weighs less than 6 oz.
  • Built of ultratough polyamide from Dupont
  • Ambidextrous quick-detach sling mount
  • Weighing less than 6 oz., MFT Tactical's Battlelink Minimalist Stock reduces the weight of your AR-platform rifle. This patent-pending slide-on replacement for your collapsible buttstock is built of ultratough polyamide from DuPont's® Military Plastic Division. Angled, rubberized butt pad for quick shouldering, even with body armor. Quick-detach sling mounting point accommodates left- and right-handed shooters. Enhanced cheek weld. Made in USA.
    Available: Commercial, Mil-Spec (not shown).
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    you welcome back guys slowstar Becket here thanks for joining me so today. Iwant to look at a stock replacement for this Daniel defense DD. And for v9 lightweight version. Now the stock that I've chosen to replace. It with is actually. This mission first tactical battle link minima stock. Now for the longest time. Iwasn't really a huge fan of these stocks mainly. Because the open design. And the potential for this hook portion here to get caught up on here but as. Iread more it seems like. This might be a good alternative so. What I want to do today is show. You how its installed. And give my overall initial impressions on. It so stay tuned alright guys so starting with the removal of the dannion offense butt stock the first thing I want to mention is. That there are tabs. One on each side of the butt stock. And those are intended to be pushed down. And to the right in order to remove the butt stock from the buffer tube. Now the other thing to note is. That this is fairly difficult to remove without having the gun mounted in a vise so. Idefinitely recommend doing. That if you can however for the purpose of.

    This video I'm going to try to do. It of course unmount. It with both hands. One holding the rifle. And one trying to remove the butt stock so with. That being said what I like to do is use my left hand to grab the butt stock. And also use the index finger of my left hand to push to the right. And down while using my right-hand thumb to do the same thing of pushing to the right down so. What will first do is move the butt stock to the. Most river position. And then from there again using my left hand to grab the buffer tube an index finger to push to the right down using my right thumb to do the same thing we'll try to remove the butt stock. And it comes right off okay so. One of the biggest selling points for the mission first tactical Manila stock is of course the weight savings. Now mission first tactical does advertise. This as being the lightest weight stock on the market.

    And on the packaging it does indicate a total weight of five point eight ounces, so we'll check. That and I want to do a comparison with the Denver defense so. Ihave a basic kitchen scale here. And we'll first weigh the Daniel offense. And that comes in at eight point nine five ounces. And now for the MFT. That comes in at five point nine ounces so. Idon't quite get the five point eight ounces at least on my scale but again. It could be a tolerance in the scale. It could also be a manufacturing tolerance with the stock itself but within very close tolerance of what is advertised. Now that equates to approximately a three ounce difference between the Dan of offense. And the MFT now depending on your scenario. Whether you're patrolling or. We just wanting to build a lightweight rifle for your own use the three ounce difference can certainly add up pretty quickly okay so. Iwant to take a look at how. You determine whether your buffer tube on your rifle is.

    Either a commercial tube. Or if it's a mil spec -. Now I know on my dad in the fence. That this is a mil spec tube, so we'll confirm. That but there are two primary ways to verify. If your buffer tube is mil spec versus commercial the first being the end angle here of the buffer tube to the top of the buffer tube so in. This case the mil spec will be exactly perpendicular from the end of the tube to the top of the tube which is. How mine is and knowing it's a mil spec. That confirms it now on a commercial buffer tube the end angle here will be five degrees off from vertical compared to the top of the for two. Now if you're not able to tell the angle here very easily. You can also compare the outside diameter of the buffer tube so on a mil spec buffer tube the OD should be. One point one four eight inches.

    However on a commercial tube. That should be one point. One six eight inches so the commercial version is slightly larger in diameter versus the mil spec. Now to confirm that. Ihave a set of calipers. That we'll use to check. That and that is actually exactly. One point one four eight inches so between those two checks. Ican definitely confirm. This is in fact a mil spec buffer tube which is why I purchased the MFT mil spec stock okay so getting started with the installation of the new MFT stock onto the buffer tube the first thing I want to mention is. That there is a spring-loaded pen here. That protrudes out form. Each side of the stock. And that has to be fully depressed downward in order to sly the stock out of the buffer tube so try to show. You that pin here and on the other side so just like the removal of the Daniell offense.

    Idefinitely recommend trying to install your rifle into a vise. That way it gives you. Both hands to install the stock. However I'll try to do. It work of course without a vise. And bracing the rifle against my leg to use. Both hands to depress. This pin to slide it onto the buffer tube so let's get started so first just slide the stock. All the way on to where. It seats against that pin. And then from there. What I want to do is try to use. Both hands to shift. This pin and in my case down. Or to the left and then the stock should slide onto the tube just like. That so now that we have the new MFT stock onto the buffer tube of course. Now we can adjust our positioning of the stock onto the tube as. We like so again you want to just check the fitment of the stock onto the buffer tube. And I've read some reviews. That this stock is actually very difficult to get onto the buffer tube. However I do find that on mine.

    It does move fairly smoothly so don't really have too. Many issues in terms of moving this to my desired position but. One of the nice things to note is. It say if I engage in a specific pin location there is absolutely no wiggle of. This stock on to the buffer tube so. It definitely locks in very securely in the position. That you set it in alright guys so to wrap up the installation. And my initial review of the mission first tactical battle link minima stock. Iwant to cover some of the pros. And cons so if we start out with the cons there are really three things. That I see as being potential issues. Or at least in my opinion might be of concern so like. Imentioned on the video the open design in terms of getting caught on gear might be an issue. Now MFT does sell cordage. That runs from these two points to bridge the gap to prevent. That now if you accorded your home it's just a simple Cobra weave.

    And I may do that myself down the road. If I find that to be a problem. Now the second thing is. That the stock itself is completely smooth on top. Now compared to the dam of the fence the data defense does have a texture a rubberized texture on top of the stock which. Ifound gave me an aggressive cheek weld. Or a positive purchase. Whenever I was using the rifle which. Idid like now in the event of say using this. And rain and maybe sweat blood for example. It might be a smoother surface to wear. Idon't have as good of a cheek weld at sea on the denim defense. Now the last side are probably the. Most important concern for me is the lack of a QD mount position in the corner of the stock like.

    Ihad on the denim defense the QD mount position on. This stock is actually on the underneath side here which is really in an eyelet spot in my opinion again. It might get in the way of the cordage. That runs between these two points. If you decide to add. That so the only real way to mount a sling is to strap a sling directly to the stock say in. This position here but. It just doesn't give. Me the ease of use of say a QD mount in terms of attaching a sling and d attaching the sling now moving on to the pros obviously the biggest pro of. This is the weight so as. We saw earlier this gives. Me a 3 out savings over the din. And defense stock and as. Imentioned earlier as well MFT has indicated. This is Ni lay of stock on the market. Now this is made in the USA as well. It is made of I eat tough poly amide plastic it's actually out of du Pont's military plastic division.

    It does have a lifetime warranty on stock. And there are several color options of these but stocks. And it comes in black of course as. You see here it has a scorched star earth which is. More of a fde color. Or a county color it comes in a gray as well as a foliage green. Now the other benefit. That I see is it does have an angled butt pad which. Ilike in terms of indexing the weapon on my shoulder. And lastly it's going to be in the price so on the MFT site. These retail for $5999. However I've found that. You could find these a lot of times for less. Than $50 actually I bought. This from geom for just over $30 which in my opinion is a great deal for the benefits of. This particular stock so. You can find these inexpensively compared to a lot of the other aftermarket stocks out there so. Ihope this gives you. Another option consider but thanks for watching thanks for subscribing and keep up the good fight alright guys to wrap up the installation of.

    This mission for tactical battling mission minimalist the stock on to the buffer tube so the first thing we'll do is

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    ATI SKS Strikeforce Stock

  • Six-position stock can be fired from folded position
  • TrakLOCK eliminates need for secondary locking mechanisms
  • Scorpion Recoil System absorbs recoil
  • Adjustable cheekrest system accommodates most shooters
  • DuPont extreme-temperature glass-reinforced polymer
  • Transform your SKS into a modern-day tactical firearm with the ATI SKS Strikeforce Stock. Adjustable six-position stock can be fired from the folded position. TrakLOCK System eliminates horizontal and vertical stock movement on the buffer tube, provides secure stock adjustments and eliminates the need for secondary locking mechanisms. Scorpion Recoil System features a removable nonslip Scorpion Razorback Recoil Pad as well as a textured Scorpion Recoil Pistol Grip to absorb recoil and offer a secure grip. Made of DuPont® extreme-temperature glass-reinforced polymer for years of reliable performance. Adjustable cheekrest system includes tall cheekrest with 1.25” adjustment and short cheekrest with 0.5" adjustment, which accommodates most shooters. One 4” Picatinny rail, three 2” Picatinny rails and one 2” swivel-stud Picatinny rail. Slot for tactical sling attachment. Fits most SKS rifles. Includes mounting hardware. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty. Manufactured in USA.
    Colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth.
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    ATI advanced technology. This is the stock for the SKS. And there's not a lot of videos on. This stock on YouTube on the internet. Ican't really find anything on. It actually will show. You exactly what the gun looks like on the gun is just a lot of guys just showing you. How to put the stock on the gun. You know you really don't really get the good get a good look at the gun so that's. What I'm going to give. You guys today that are researching thinking about purchasing the advanced technology stocks for the SKS so let's get started let's take a look at. This stock here see. What just let what you're spending your heart working dollars on. You know it's not a bad looking socket our mattress. You know sexy oh yeah let. All the details have less yoga take. This together now before. We get started I want to tell. What it took to get. This gun to look like. That's because it didn't just snap.

    All together you take. It out of the box out. It on your gun and then five minutes. This togethers heck no. Ihad to do a lot of work to get. This thing looking the way. One of those things were. You know let me start out with the easy stuff the pica tinny rails. They went on you know in a couple of seconds. This rear cheek mounts adjustable. And basically you gotta unscrew those screws on. Both sides have been adjusted. Igot adjusted all the way up since my scope is sitting rather high. And it's still not high enough. Imight have to add. Something on here in order to. You know get the comfort. Iwant shooting out of. That scope that was a reason to get.

    That home now the difficult part was for some reason. Iguess it's for a reason. This is so tight on. This gun I actually had a squeeze. And fight with this gun to get. It inside the stock. Now my SKS is a Chinese in the rego West case. Iknow there are some differences with. You know different SKS models but. Ihad to fight to get mine in there. It in there no problems getting it back out of their putting them back in their getting it back. Ilike getting it loosens getting you know getting the proper feel for the gun actually. It pulls right out and goes right back in but it's still. You know tight to this isn't going anywhere. It I'll have to worry about. Anything flying and breaking apart. Whatever so that's kind of good as well. This stupid gas tube. And gas to cover it was the hardest part.

    You take old gas tube cover off the original stock. And then placing it with. This plastic piece it done no. Ithought the rest of my work was over but for some reason. Idon't have any clue why but after applied the new piece. Ithink it's it doesn't fit. All the way flush with crap. Icould get my shadow out of the picture. It doesn't fit all the way but. That gap there it doesn't fit. All the way flush so. Iactually has a dremel off a bit of the back of the gas tube. This little metal part right here as a dremel. That back a little bit in order for it to fit. It doesn't fit all the way flush at least with mine so. If yours doesn't fit. All the way flush to. This is actually touching this plastic like. This part is which my fricking Shadow Man which. This part you know. All the way flush you don't see a gap but. This part that gap.

    Ihave to Dremel off. Some gas tube in order for the fit so maybe. You might have to do. That on yours maybe not just letting you know giving you a head up also to get. This detachable magazine to fit. Ihad to drill out quite a bit behind here. We still you know a pretty good tight fit. Imight need to trim. It put a little bit. More but I was taken. You know hey maybe if it's real tight like. And a different for me we're moving and putting the magazine back in their removing it to the magazine back in there. It worked itself out to just enough to. You know it's not too loose so. Now it's like real tight. That's because while I'm shooting if it's real loose you'll probably get magazine issues. You know failure the feeds. You know something like. That so with it real tightens 30. You know it's like I guess let's get less likely to get those issues probably.

    How I'm not a expert. Anything like that but other. Everything guess was a cinch know. If it's snapped it gives a pretty good except. That stupid gas — but then the magazine. Ihad to dribble out a little bit of. That but on I didn't have to do. Any other modifications to the stock a snap right on there. It functions nice and. If you're thinking about weight wise. It does weigh than the original wooden stock that's why I went ahead. And put a four grip on there instead of like a bipod. Anything like I can still always put my backpack back on the freakin bayonets blood. Now but other you know. It turned out really good. Ilike a lot Jenner but. Ireally like it a lot. You know it turned out really great in I've haven't had. Any problems with another video back up. You know how much it but right. Ireally like and the pistol grip. It like super the most comfortable like.

    It works but I would like to have. Something a little bit. More cushion cushiony squishy. Whatever when I'm shooting I'm shooting for a long gas time. You know this plastic. And the recoil that stuff after a. While it's not going to like kill my hands like shooting a freaking 500 mag revolvers. Anything like that but in the same sense. That comfort of shooting all freaking day with. And holding it like it's a m16. And going around you know shooting and having fun with. You know this plastic after a. While is going to suck so. They come out with something because. You know detach is right here. You have to actually screw. And it's held together by. One screw I don't know. If it's going to work. Or not but it wouldn't.

    It would work but maybe somebody's making a aftermarket. You know actually like built like. This with the rubber texture. And it's comfortable. That I would definitely get. This going our slide. Something over because after a. While shooting are going through doors cleaning out rooms so for so long being tactical using it for technical purposes it's a technical stock. That freakin plastic grip is going to suck after a. You know just my opinion but again other. That the gun went together. It didn't come with. This receiver covers. Ialready had that but the scope mount. It didn't come with the shell deflector. It didn't come with the fore grip. It didn't come with. This magazine these are purchases. You would have to make. You can get unique as. You want to but again no problems with. Another thing it doesn't show. This in the instructions but see.

    That a swivel mount right there but. You put your sling on. You have to remove this in order to get. This receiver cover on there. And I'm trying to fight with my receiver cover. It might be because I'm an idiot at times. Iwas just excited to get. This thing on here but. You do have to remove. It doesn't have that stuff in the instructions. And also this is the folding stock so let. That folded for you guys show. What it looks like with. It folded pretty bad ass yes turns around the other way. Now there it is the SKS advanced technology strike force package thanks for watching.

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    Advanced Technology (ATI) Mosin-Nagant Rifle Stock

    The Mosin-Nagant Stock fits M/N 7.62x54R rifles and carbines, all models. Molded from black or tan, glass-filled nylon. Scratchproof and weatherproof. Checkered buttstock and forearm, sling swivel studs and raised cheekpiece. No gunsmithing. Easy to install. Right hand only. Lifetime warranty. Made in USA.
    Colors:
    Black, Tan.
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    Advanced Technology (ATI) 12 GA Top-Folding Shotgun Stock

    Keep your shotgun compact for easy transport and storage and still have a reliable stock to flip down to shoulder mount the firearm. Stock folds over the top instead of swinging to a side for less interference with operation. Quick-release button locks in seconds for a firm hold. Checkered rear pistol grip. A sling swivel stud lets you strap the shotgun over your shoulder. Installs easily without gunsmithing. Pre-drilled to accept shotshell holder (sold separately). Black, glass-filled nylon construction. Lifetime warranty. Made in USA.
    Fits: Mossberg 500/590, Maverick 88, Remington 870, and Winchester 1200/1300 pump-action.
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    In today's video I'm going to be taking a look at a ar-15 stock made by ATI. Or advanced technology international. This is a m4 style stock. That weighs in at about 58 5 ounces. What they called the track lock system. That eliminates horizontal. And vertical movement of the stock on the buffer tube. It also provides smooth secure stock adjustments. This eliminates they say the need for secondary locking mechanisms. You do not get any interference with charging handle with. This stock you have no snag points. It has a thin scorpion recoil pad mounted to. It there is dual sided QD attachment points there's a slot for tact aid a tactical sling attachment the pollen air. This is made out of is a DuPont extreme temperature glass reinforced polymer. It is a product that's manufactured in the USA the price runs roughly in the $40 price range so it's a very affordable stock option. That is competitive with a lot of the other low to medium priced stock offerings on the market so. You are looking at say a Magpul MOA stock. Or a Magpul SL this might be. Something to also take a look at. This is the packaging. This stock ships in so. This is nice packaging it's basically a standard cardboard box with a slip cover over. This particular one is in destructive gray. They are available in black destructive grey. And flat dark earth the rear of the box pretty much has. All the same information. Ialready read off to. You part number as B dot 24 0221 to 80 eyes website is ATI gun stocks dot-com.

    And that's about I have to say about the Box is nice so let's take. This out of the box. And let's see what's inside of the box that's always. More important than the box but. Ihappen to get worked up about the packaging materials ok not much the box itself has got obviously a packing date. And somebody's initials for quality control so that's always a good thing you've got probably multiple people. Somebody is probably packaging this. Somebody else is fixing this sticker. And double-checking the contents so that's always a good thing foam protection material the stock. And installation guide so the box is definitely adequate for providing good protection for this product the stock itself is actually very thin um. Iwas quite surprised. Ifirst took a look at. How thin it was the rubber padding back here which. They called the what did. They call this a thin scorpion recoil pad there's definitely not much material there.

    And there are what appear to be. Some Torx screws here. Ibelieve would allow removal of. This we'll take a look at. That a little later are QD sling mount points here on. Either side and our adjustment lever. And you'll notice the adjustment lever. Or less it's flush with. This angled part of the stock right here so. This is good it doesn't provide a snag point. If the lever was like say like further down like. This would definitely be a snag point so. This is good this runs parallel here to prevent. Any type of snagging issues same with right here nice smooth transition here the angles on. This is basically what I can see here. All pretty much beveled. This top portion here is kind of bevel.

    This is a flat belt portion. And a flat bevel portion. And a flat beveled portion so. Idon't see a lot of circular. Or semicircular curves here same right around here. This is a flat beveled area. All the way around here going into here. All flat beveled as well so it's kind of interesting how. They chose to instead of rounding everything a realm of flat bevels on. It is definitely very lightweight. And let's see these looks like there's a roll pin here holding this lever in place. This pulls down kind of moves around a little bit. It looks like we'll pull down on. That to get it installed. These he's kind of looking to see.

    Ican't tell I don't look like. It looks like some sort of pin assembly right there the ATI logo. And that's about it yes so let's take a look let's take a quick look at these instructions. It comes with looks like an eight-and-a-half by eleven color laser printer print out. That limited lifetime warranty technical support number website name. And talk about the installation looks like. Iactually was doing this wrong looks like. It says press-up on. And then pulled out here to install. It doesn't seem to be too difficult there. And of course it says do not pull the lever from the rear like. Iwas doing at the start so in other words don't pull down like. And be a dumb ass like. Me read the instructions first that's pretty much. These instructions say eight-and-a-half by eleven easy enough to follow good descriptions with pictures. Ilike pictures let's take a look at.

    This stock on a lower receiver self let's see. Ican actually install. One of my lowers here. This has a spikes tactical mil spec buffer tube on. And of course let's see. We can do and keep. It on camera okay that went on pretty easy you'll have to excuse. That like this is a destructive gray my color scheme on my on. This particular lower is flat darker so. These colors are gonna clash let's see wobble there is very teeny amount of wobble. Iwould say that their claimed track lock system is doing exactly. What they say it will do there is no there's really no vertical wobble. And there's just a smidgen of horizontal wobble the. This is cut at a quite an extreme angle. And I'm not exactly sure the logic behind. That I'm just kind of glancing over. Some notes here obviously. This would be done for clearance issues for different types of latch plate QD.

    Or sling mounting options. You can see I'm running a Magpul QD for a Magpul ASAP QD. And I've got the optional Magpul clip-on piece. That goes into that definitely no clearance there. This is fully collapsed I'm not sure. Ireally like that gap right there I'm sure there's a logic behind. That for different clearance issues but yeah. Idon't know what you guys think of. That but I definitely don't like. That cut on there. Idon't see the need for. This went all the way down. And continued over we'd have plenty of clearance for like. This Magpul with a QD sling like an MS 3. This piece with a clip on like an MS 2. Some larger ones. Idon't see this coming all the way down being in the way in. Any way shape or form off of the rifle. These angles are nice but on the rifle. Idefinitely don't like. That speaking of aesthetics the.

    Now let's see what else did. We say says that there is a slot for tactical sling attachment. Iguess they'd be referring to. This slot right here. You could you know wrap a sling right around. This bar right here. You wouldn't be able really to wrap. It through here basically the buffer tube comes. All the way down to about right there. That would definitely cause issues, so I'm sure they're referring to. This spot right here that's really the only spot. That looks like it would be acceptable to a wraparound sling the adjustments are easy it's definitely not too tight. Iknow for example like. Some b5 stocks. They are so tight you can barely move them on your buffer tubes. This one's definitely not a problem moves fairly easy the lock-up is solid. And virtually no wobble. Ilike the look of the stock. Ilike the weight of. This stock this gray color. This destructive grey looks very similar to the gray color. That Magpul offers I don't have.

    Any Magpul gray parts handy to compare but. It does appear to be a similar shade the. This particular stock as well. You can add cheek risers ATI offers. Some cheek risers for this. You can also buy this stock with a cheek riser so. You can also buy it with the stock the cheek riser. And a buffer tube I don't know much about their buffer tube offerings I'm quite leery about bundled buffer tubes. And springs and buffers. They provide an awful lot of information there's just a very large proliferation of 6061 aluminum buffer tubes on the market. And manufacturers try to hide. That fact unfortunately. They know most people are shy away from. That type of material. When it's used to put together a buffer tube my final conclusion here by looking at. This stock I like the design of.

    Ilike the weight of. It the fit and finish is good. These flat angles III can't say I'm a really big fan of these flat angles it's not obviously it's not going to cause a problem with the cheek weld it's not going to cause a problem. You had a cheek weld riser on. It the flat angles down here in. These in the skeletonized cut out area. Iguess I'm used to. This top part just being rounded so it's definitely not a deal-breaker. This appeared this cut angle here. Idon't like either that's not a deal-breaker. Because that's just aesthetics. You know no no big deal there so. Idon't have really. Anything else to say about.

    Iknow the pad on the back is removable. You wanted something. That had a little bit. More rubber to I do believe there. Iremember correctly. Ido believe they have. Some different pad options but. It could be that they're they're slip-on pads. That go over I don't recall exactly. Idon't see a problem with. This particular scorpion butt pad. Idefinitely like the look of. This particular stock so it's its. Another viable option for your ar-15 to go with. Something lightweight. You know it is flexible to a certain extent. It is lightweight and it's its very reasonably priced that's. Another thing that's real nice and it's. Iactually like how solid. This locks up and in fact there's no vertical. Or horizontal wobble on. It so the ati stock the attack light stock again runs around $40 give. Or take a few dollars it's a very good price point it's very well-made from.

    What I can see aside from a. Few aesthetic issues which are just. You know pet peeves of my personal issue. This is a very nice stock. And it's a very good option. If you're looking to kind of go with. Something a little bit different from say the Magpul offerings destroy offerings. And b5 offerings that are out there. This gives something else to take a look at in a very cost effective form.

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    Magpul Adaptable Carbine Stock-L

  • Mounts securely on AR-15/M-16 carbine receiver extension tubes
  • Supplemental friction lock minimizes stock wobble
  • Sloping cheek weld provides a consistent resting position
  • Unique shape reduces snags and shields the release latch
  • Reversible QD sling mount accepts 1.5” push-button swivels
  • When you need a drop-in buttstock replacement for your AR-15 or M-16 rifle, you need Magpul's ACS-L Carbine Stock. ACS-L provides the same storage compartment and sloping cheek weld as its predecessor but achieves lighter, slimmer styling by eliminating the battery tubes. Supplemental friction lock minimizes stock wobble for steady, accurate shots. Stock shape reduces snags and shields the release latch from accidental activation. Features include a durable chrome-silicone lock spring, replaceable 0.33” anti-slip rubber butt pad and reversible QD swivel sling mount that accepts 1.5” push-button swivels (not included). Compatible with Magpul ASAP® and other receiver-mount sling attachments. Made in USA.
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    Everyone and welcome back today we're gonna be going over the Magpul acs carbine stock. This is the box it comes in take a look at. It so I'm happy to get. This stock in quite beautiful solid feeling stock just going up the box so just obviously your instructions. And the explanation between mil spec. And standard spec for commercial commercial spec difference between commercial spec. And mil spec know it before. You buy it's rather important of course Magpul is kind enough to send. Is a nice Magpul sticker put. Whatever you like so. Now on to the actual stock which is. What you guys came here for so there. We go that's what looks like its gorgeous stock it's got the nice and thick ambidextrous on. Both sides nice cheek riser. Either side big flat surface not your face use. One in the range I've been pretty darn happy with. One it's a rubber butt pad it's tasty nice it's also fully adjustable. This is the coolest stock. Iactually will lock in place as. This bar right here to lock the stock. You press the button okay undoes the lock so then. You can slide it to your liking would be long. Or short and then you simply lock. It back in place no biggie the ACS stock also has a built in sling spot so. You can clip a sling to. You don't want to have. One longer plate like. That is an option. They do have also three wells. This is being one of them. Where your dummy rounds come. You buy the song it comes with three dummy rounds. You guys didn't know. You can use them to cycle your bolts. Or I'll just check the functionality your gun nice enough Magpul to include them.

    You can also put whatever. You really want near. You but maybe cleaning supplies. Or extra batteries for your site. Or really whatever. You need that's there so it's pretty nice little spot. Nothing in there I don't really have. Anything to carry in. Ihad no need for it apart from. They also have extra ports extra a slot for storage here. You can put batteries. They claim as a battery storage compartment but it's pretty nice. And there on either side as well so it's the exact same thing on the opposite side of the gun except for the storage part obviously but there's two of these. Either side of the stock yeah that's just pop in place a little rubber grommet they're pretty nice so apart from.

    That yeah you guys have. Any questions about the stock. Or our thoughts about buying one. They range in about the 80 to 90 dollar range. Ireally compared any other Magpul stock but uh so far I've had a lot of fun with. Ireally appreciate. What mag pulls done it's a it's a serious solid stock. Iexpect good things from the future from them so uh make sure. You guys subscribe give a like. Or comment and I'll keep creating new reviews for you guys so sounds good have a good.

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    Magpul Hunter-SGA High Cheek Riser Kit

  • Includes one 0.5" cheek riser and one 0.75" cheek riser
  • Set the cheekpiece height to fit you
  • Accommodates a wide range of sights and optics
  • Experience exceptional comfort and consistent sight pictures with Magpul's Hunter-SGA High Cheek Riser Kit. Includes one 0.5" cheek riser and one 0.75" cheek riser so you can set the cheekpiece height on your rifle or shotgun to fit. Accommodates a wide range of sights and optics. Compatible with Magpul Hunter 700 and X-22 stocks as well as SGA shotgun stocks. Made in USA.
    Colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth.
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    Magpul UBR Gen 2 Collapsible Stock

  • Fixed-stock stability with adjustable length of pull
  • Provides a solid cheek weld for enhanced consistency
  • Seven positions to fit virtually any shooter
  • Enjoy the stability of a fixed stock with the versatility of an adjustable one when you upgrade to Magpul's UBR Gen 2 Collapsible Stock. This fully adjustable buttstock for AR-15/M-16 rifles provides a consistent sloping cheek weld in any position. Seven positions give you the power to adjust length of pull as needed or customize presets for hasty adjustments. Ultradurable enhanced lock mechanism with internal impact buffer and multishell construction resists damage that can occur during challenging conditions. Includes custom receiver extension tube, buffer spacer and all mounting hardware. Requires carbine or A5 buffer and spring. Made in USA.
    OAL: 8.5"-12.5".
    Wt: 1.33 lbs.
    Collapsed LOP: 11.6".
    Extended LOP: 15.6".
    Available: Black, Flat Dark Earth (not shown).
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    Chris here with Magpul I'm talking about. One of our new stocks for 2016. And you probably recognize. This is our uvr. And what we did is. We kind of re imagined. What you BR could be after 10 years of experience. And having it fielded we've made. It 20% lighter over the old UBR the current UBR it's its still the UPR. You know and love it's its easy to. You know like the pull just pull the trigger. And you have your consistent cheek weld so the cheek weld is not moving but. You get to move the length of pull. And adjust this the stock kept the storage you've got the storage here on the back. And it's also reversible. You can put it you know have. It open up on the left-hand side. Or you can remove it. And kind of go for that skeletonized look I'm also new for this stock we've added a QD an anti rotation QD there's. One on each side and those are permanently installed to come with the stock. And then finally what we've added is. This now takes the SL butt pad so it's a rubber butt pad angled slightly fits really nice.

    If you're wearing you know bulkier items. Or head body armor basically. We tried to stay really true to. What the EBR was kept the sole of. It we reduce the weight like. Isaid by about 20 percent we've also reduced the cost so. This will be coming out sometime. This spring 2016 with an MSRP of a 199 95.

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    Magpul® MOE SL-S Carbine Stock

  • Direct replacement stock for your AR-15 or M4 carbine
  • Two water-resistant storage tubes secure batteries
  • Rubber butt pad with a sloping cheek weld
  • Chrome-silicon lock spring provides positive locking
  • Delivers 3" of adjustment for a customizable length of pull
  • It's a direct replacement stock for AR-15 and M4 carbines, plus Magpul's MOE SL-S Carbine Stock has two water-resistant storage tubes that secure up to two CR-123A lithium or two AA batteries each. These side-by-side tubes are easily accessible from the rear. Optimized for use with body armor, its streamlined profile and rolled toe offer easy shoulder transitions. Rubber, anti-slip butt pad absorbs recoil. Sloping cheek weld adds shooting comfort. Premium chrome-silicon lock spring provides positive locking and the dual-side release latch provides 3" of adjustment for a customizable length of pull. Rear push-button QD swivel sling mount accommodates up to 1.5" swivels and the rear/bottom takes 1.25" sling loops. Easily mounts on mil-spec-sized carbine receiver extension tubes from Colt, LMT, Ruger, S&W, SIG and others. Made in USA.
    7.3"L x 2.4"W.
    Length-of-pull adjustment range: 3.3”.
    M4 length of pull: 10.9” collapsed; 14.2” extended.
    Wt: 12.8 oz.; 16.8 oz. with receiver extension.
    Colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth.


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    Hi y'all this is Brian from no kick comm. Iwant to show you a mo ESL stock it's a new collapsible stock from Magpul on a primary weapon enhanced buffer to give. You an idea what they look like up close the mo ESL it's got a actuated lever on. Both sides you see right here. And it's the same thing on. Both sides but it's protected so it's not going to be bumped accidentally it's got the QD swivel stud on the back right there like similar to the other Magpul stocks. It works on both sides. You got the sling slots here. And here and a little bit of a sloped cheek weld on the top so it's comfortable does not use the cheek weld attachment. Some CTR Nami. We stock use just has a simple sloped cheek weld there. And you'll notice it does not have the tension device on the front but that's because. It has an internal different tension device. That makes you not need.

    That I'll show you a little bit. More in a second on. You can see the butt pad it's basically a hard rubber with ridges in. It won't slip your screws on. This recoil pad is not the same size. And shape as the other Magpul collapsible stocks so. You get an aftermarket pad those will not fit on the mo ESL, but they'll fit on the other collapsible stocks. This is on a primary weapon enhanced buffer tube. You can see that attaches there you've got a QD swivel stud on. Each side on and then. It has an Allen screw on the bottom. And two Allen screws on the top instead of having a castle nut. You can see it's nice and snug there. It also has an anti tilt feature on the inside. It extends a little bit on the bottom. You see the PWS logo there. And then the fluting and. It has a lot of drain holes as three in the bottom. One on the back we stock is a ml spec tube. And a mil spec stock. It fits pretty much the same on.

    Any mil spec buffer tube nice and tight really snug no wobble no rattle. And the tension device is on the inside so that's. You need makes it really simple I'll give. You a close-up look on the inside. What I'm talking about right down there on. That the side here on. Each side on the inside it's a piece of plastic. That sticks up that is your tension device it's. Each side there you can see. And those push up on the bottom of the buffer tube. And make the fit really tight. All the way around they work pretty good so. You don't have that lever up here. You have to snap to tighten up the buffer tube. Or the buffer to the tube fit so solid stock fair price. All the good features. You normally want on a stock. And a real tight fit so.

    All around it's a really good piece of gear. It a lot and that's why we're putting. That on our new stock kits. They complete ar-15 stock hits. That we're selling we're equipping them standard with the mo ESL stock. Because it's a good piece of gear for a good price. You enjoy any questions let. You can make comments. Or feel free to contact. Us at know kick comm. And we'll help we can thank you.

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    ProMag™ Mosin Nagant Stock

  • Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer construction
  • Drop-in fit compatible with all Mosin Nagant models
  • Includes one five-round magazine
  • Upgrade your Mosin Nagant rifle with ProMag's fully adjustable stock. Drop-in fit is compatible with all models – Russian, Czech, Finnish, Chinese and any other variation. Built of durable, lightweight carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer for years of rugged use. Stock resists weather and withstands standard gun oils and solvents. Includes one five-round magazine. Made in USA.
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    He's gone now how's. It go sorry for the mess. Ijust moved into a new location mmm home house anyway so yeah. Igot to Archangel moseying on stocks the. One in front of I bought for my wife for her stock. Ijust got tired of. And I'm pretty sure well. She didn't really have an opinion but. It looked like she was suffering with. Igot her stock the. One in the back that used to be in a green stock. You have the video of. That was a mistake I didn't mean to buy. Because pro mag took so long for this talk right here. He bare saw a pretty relative lead same deal. Igot two, so I'm putting mine in thereI'll make a video of on how. Both of them shoot the sukkah. One in front of these two stocks were not quite the same. Igot him they had a. Few differences and we're going to go over. Some of them I'm going to take. This action out and show. Some modifications.

    Ihad to do in order for the system to work before. This talked about the bolt here. Idid change out the upper bolt body. And bullpen a convertible hand. Ibought the entire thing the full body. That is rocks on industries. This is a new striker ring and. This forgets called connecting bar is also new well new wish. Iwent on ebay and checked out made sure. It was a boulder bed. Or design you know about. What war two they were just pushing these rifles out. They didn't really pay too much attention so. Some of these parts are mismatched but. Idid for specific reason. That is because of this movement right here. Iwas trying to tighten. Ihave issues with everything was working all rights get. This out of stock and talk about. What I've done to I got my headlight on so pop. This out so you can see.

    Some things that's a tight fit in the back alright so. Though the rate some brats in their kind of give it. More solid contact that's. Something I didn't need to do. Ijust chose myself alright show. This right here that pops right out take note of. That just so you know so. You notice because of the bolt handleI'm actually planning to put the rock solid industries a scope mount onto the receiver eventually. Ipants start working on. Yet but of course I had to make a notch there a good dremel tool really comes in handy. One comes to you look in here that's. What you what I had to do for the interrupter.

    And the way you know. Where to put that notch is. You look at a magazine. That notches cut out already into the magazine. You don't have to do with. All actions but with my wife's action. She had to do you can tell kind of where. You need to do you look at the old stock I'm going to bring up a little bit. That st cut up for this particular action hers is a ish fest nineteen forty seats right here is to look at. It's best 1943 not zooming I'm sorry. Ican see it on away. And see right now but just camel kind of sucks so that's. One thing I do or a couple things whilst. Ido notice I got a bipod on.

    It the stock does come with a sling swivel but holes not drilled. However on the top you just complete. You drill through and should make a hole for that's going to fort alright so there used to be block right here I'll bring up. What was in there before but actually kept the whole barefoot being floated so. We got to remove that in order to have a completely floated barrel talk about the stratosphere. This seems to be the focus of a lot of issues. This magazine this particular magazine. Ididn't have any issues with the rounds feeding out of. It itself the way you test. Nothing just load it up with rounds. And then push this retaining clip out of the way. They should all pop out um Oh about.

    That just fit in their pretty easily. It didn't do that initially. Idon't know you notice. You ever you do get. One of these you have. One already and you're having still having issues with. This distance between here. And here is a little too much. Iguess there's a there molding process it's not exact. You know pro mag they produce good quality stuff but come on for two hundred bucks. What you paid for by God min. You can't see it here but. This is its pretty rigid stock but you're going to sacrifice. Some stuff for that um also let's put. This in here you notice. How much just put the light on. This talk this magazine protrudes on top of the. This channel for the stock itself. Or the receiver it protrudes a kind of there it's high up there.

    You might do a little. More sanding and your gap. You may have to do this for. Each magazine you purchase. You know that's for something you know every move magazine stuff like. Ithink his small price to pay for and also for the ergonomics it's for two hundred bucks. Ithink it's pretty good. You try to buy likey the laminate wood stock grown boys. Or somewhere else Woods. Ithink they're like hundred bucks but still. You gotta do some in letting stuff so my family rolled in there may be a little distracting okay so. What else to talk about alright I'm going to put the action in back in a toy. Some points concerning magazine of feeding you know. What I lied this is not the. One from pro mag this is actually the stock. That came from ebay. And the reason I'm saying is. You notice how it's actually easy to put the screw in the.

    One from pro mag though the newer. Icould call I got directly from pro mag. You can do this there. They did not tap in the threads far enough. More is able to do I take out. This action you the screw I'm sorry. This section actually the screw the first four threads are pretty much. You doubt cross threaded. And well the pro mag is watching this. You know those guys over there please take notice you're giving out a product. And people are relying on. You to give a good product. Iknow your you give like a lifetime already. You stand by your product. And you're willing to go through. That trouble you should know that's going to cost. You money and that's just. Something you know I need it's gonna cost. Both ways good costs your customers get. You know time you know just kind of sucks for them. It cost to you for shipping and having to fix. That just I just recommend just threading in the screw.

    And making sure it goes far enough. And just take a hand tap. And make sure it's going through. Imight need two hands for this batch not going in that's not that's not the design itself that's just. Me not engaging the threats well alright so. Igot the magazine right insider' inserted here nowI'll show. Something you saw that the magazine. Ishould come out alright so let's try to remove. It doesn't come out why is. It not do it is it the stock is kind is. That the stock is it the receiver. That just put in it's. Both in the back here. This surface right here is actually binding up against the trigger screw the sear spring of the screw. And the sear spring its buying up against. Ithink with repeated. You know inserting the removals. This will start wearing out but uh. Idon't know on what's the best way to mitigate. This is not you know a facility. And precision weapon so. Iweren't worried about. That too much I mean have a movie magazine my god do is just put a little bit.

    More effort moving into. Another deal alright so feed. And let's talk about. That alright remember. That notch I had put in for the interrupter okay. You figure out you have issues with. Igot a dummy and spent chasing first tester max. Me make sure it's actually coming out before. Another casing over here. More okay so first test insert casing if right there is easy. He had problems with interrupter. That would be hard now further push n is magazine. That tab there is close to of course interrupt. One cartridge from going up until. You until the bolt pushes. This tab right here that's. Another test press the tab make sure pop stuff. It shouldn't be hard. You have any issues doing. You need to remove some material of. You know before that of course. You know go dog tail behind of course. You test it with loads so that's. You tip that's some indicators alright so eventually I'm gonna make a shooting video with.

    These so heads up for. That let's put this way talk about the neck the other stock. This is stock number. And nowI'm using it. And not really sure. Iwanna keep it on my rifle case the stock. That was in before was pretty nice to begin with. Ifelt in the supporting hand there's. This thing is pretty square it's not very good for I guess supporting hand but. You know like I say got my world magazine but. Iwasn't ever planning to use a conventional scope mount. It would hinder stripper clip. This action is a of course Tula hex receiver 1929 think 1929 know. This thing was manufactured. Idid not have to modify. Anything with nothing at. All really just dropped. It in the exception with the screw here like. Isaid before the action screw was. Or the whole the screw house.

    It was not tapped completely the way should be oh the shredders talk about. That since this there's no not enough distance here it's really hard to remove the bolt handle so that's. Something to think about of course. Igot to do is remove the surface here. You should be good to go. You know it doesn't really take much distance. Ididn't want to remove. Any material here which. Iprobably won't I gotta do is from of action actor please removable but yeah eventually I'm going to have videos of the shooting, and we're going to see the accuracy on. Each of these I'm going to tell. You my experience to. These two rifles on how way to shoot with the equipment to happen. Isay crime I mean scopes.

    One before I put in the last talk was able to escape of 2-inch groups with no syrup mo Silvertips. That is with the exception of. Few fliers of course the. On the Baptist the scalp the short 16-inch barrel rifle. Ithink was capable of 3-inch groups with Han loads. One inch careful handles. That is so skip my mind, so I'll see.

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    ATI MRSW 12-Ga. Tactlite Shotgun Stock

  • Near-universal fit works with many shotguns
  • Adjustable six-position stock
  • Pistol grip with recoil-reducing material
  • Recoil pad minimizes kick
  • Adjustable, removable cheekrest
  • Upgrade your shotgun's fit, handling and performance with ATI's 12-Ga. Tactlite Shotgun Stock. Six-position stock provides a custom length of pull to fit any shooter. Recoil-reducing material on the pistol grip and a recoil pad on the buttstock minimize your shotgun's kick, making it easy to stay on target for multiple shots. Stock is made of a rugged DuPont® extreme-temperature glass-reinforced polymer. Removable, adjustable cheekrest includes tall and short rests that give a perfect cheek weld for any shooter and optics combination. Fits Mossberg® 500/590, Remington® 870/887, Savage® Stevens 320 and Winchester® SXP. Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty. Made in USA.
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