Ergo Grips Releases New AR-15 MSR Stock

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posted on January 10, 2017
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Ergo Grips added the MSR Stock to its line of AR-15 accessories for 2017, expanding a product line that includes buttstocks, rails, grips and other accessories.

"This MSR Stock adds nicely to our ever-growing and ever-expanding line of all-American-made accessories," Ergo Grips Owner Steve Hines said.

The MSR Stock is designed to fit mils-spec buffer tubes and is constructed from polymer that is designed to be impact resistant. The material also resists the effects of temperature changes and harsh cleaning chemicals.

The stock is designed with a low-profile adjustment latch that gives users an easy way to adjust length of pull. The stock also features a sloping cheek weld designed to give users a more comfortable shooting position. In addition, it also includes two web-sling attachment points and has an option for a QD attachment. The MSR Stock weighs in at 7 ounces.

The stock comes in both black and flat dark earth and retails at a suggested price of $47.50.

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