Command Arms Accessories Skeletonized Buttstock

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posted on April 16, 2015
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A common lament about adjustable AR-15 buttstocks is inherent instability due to the mechanism by way the stock is extended. The imprecise manner in which adjustments are made often translates into wobble or wiggle in the fit between the buffer tube and the stock itself.

Command Arms' skeletonized buttstock takes the wiggle out by means of a physical locking mechanism actuated by the support hand. By sliding the lock forward, the pin that holds the stock in place is physically captured in place, significantly reducing the wobble of the stock in any position.

Other notable features include a rubberized section of the top of the stock where the cheek weld is acquired, leading to a tighter fit when in place. Three sling attachment points are provided: two QD sling mount points are placed on either side of the rear of the buttstock, and one web slot is provided at the back as well. The rear buttpad can be removed from the stock, although the rails that guide it in place are still present. One last excellent little touch: Two oversize buttons for holding the adjustment pin out when removing or attaching the stock make it much easier to get it on or off the extension tube.

MSRP: $80.50. Available in black, Flat Dark Earth and OD Green.

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