ATI TactLite Six Position Mil-Spec Stock

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posted on March 5, 2015
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When assembling a stripped lower receiver into a complete lower ready for an upper receiver, there are innumerable options. Different parts kits, adjustable trigger-and-hammer sets, all sorts of pistol grips, etc. are available for the choosing. When deciding how to shoulder the completed rifle, the choice comes down to a fixed stock or one with an adjustable length-of-pull.

Should you opt for a collapsible stock, the ATI TactLite Six Position Mil-Spec Stock comes complete with buffer tube, buffer spring, buffer, castle nut and lock ring to complete your lower receiver build. The stock itself weighs less than 6 ounces and installs in seconds (obviously longer if this is part of a lower receiver build).

ATI's TrakLOCK System significantly lessens movement of the stock on the buffer tube and allows quick but secure adjustments. A thin recoil pad helps cushion the stock against the shoulder, and it contains QD sling mounts as well as a slot for a traditional sling. The stock is composed of a DuPont glass-reinforced polymer that is impervious to the elements and chemicals.

MSRP: $99.99.

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