Adaptive Tactical EX Performance Stock for AR-15/M4 Carbine

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posted on July 16, 2015
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There's arguably no greater proof of the love for America's Rifle than the plethora of aftermarket options for it. Triggers, furniture, magazines and much more are available from an ever-growing number of manufacturers. It's no surprise that a company like Adaptive Tactical, manufacturers of aftermarket accessories like the Sidewinder Venom magazine kit, would seek out this market as well.

Adaptive Tactical EX Performance Stock for AR-15/M4 Carbine is a polymer-construction, collapsible and adjustable stock. It includes an oversize adjustment lever to fit your carbine to shooters of varying sizes, or to adjust for seasonal clothing.

An integrated QD swivel attachment allows instant sling capability, while its generous rubber recoil pad soaks up recoil. Perhaps most appreciated are the large stock release buttons that allow for rapid installation and removal of the stock.

MSRP: $49.99.

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