FAB Defense SSR-25 Sniper Stock

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posted on September 14, 2015
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When shooting at distance, either long-range plinking, varmint or predatory eradication or simply testing accuracy of a new round, having a stable platform is key. Making the rifle fit your body is important, as is minimizing the overall movement throughout the trigger press.

FAB Defense's SSR-25 Sniper Stock allows a proper cheek weld with the rifle to be established, while offering purchase for the support hand and stabilizing the rear of the rifle. All adjustments are made without tools and in seconds, and when fully stowed the SSR-25 maintains a sleek, low-profile appearance that complements a long range rifle.

To adjust the cheekpiece, simply depress a ridged button on the back of the buttpad. 7 height adjustments allow for a seamless weld with your cheek that allows full view of your magnified optic. To deploy the monopod, another button slightly forward of the cheekpiece release drops a spring-loaded monopod down. Should additional clearance be needed, the monopod can unscrew from the housing for a total adjustment of nearly 7 ½ inches.

MSRP: $211.40. Available through The Mako Group.

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