Mission First Tactical Battlelink Minimalist Stock

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posted on August 7, 2015
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At less than six ounces, the Mission First Tactical Battlelink Minimalist Stock (BMS) is one of the lightest full-function adjustable stocks on the market. This slide-on replacement features an angled, non-slip buttpad, a QD sling mount, enhanced cheek weld and slots for mounting accessories like a riser.

For the 5.56 NATO AR-15, recoil-mitigation is much less of a factor than in more potent calibers. That allows the user interface (buttstock) to be more bare-bones than with other platforms. Some manufacturers offer extreme, lightweight stocks that shave ounces at the expense of options.

The BMS, on the other hand, offers everything traditional buttstocks offer except perhaps a storage area. Got a single-point sling with a QD mount? Got you covered. Traditional slings are covered, too, with multiple areas in which to thread a web sling.

MSRP:$59.99. Available in black, Flat Dark Earth, Foliage green, Scorched Dark Earth and gray.

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