Mission First Tactical Battlelink Utility Stock

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posted on February 27, 2015
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Mission First Tactical offers upgrades and accessories for the AR-15 and AK-47 platforms. Adjustable stocks, pistol grips, accessory rails,  light mounts, magazines, slings and magazine couplers are all part of the diverse product line for both styles of semi-automatic rifles.

The Battlelink Utility Stock (BUS) is one such upgrade, featuring two QD sling-mount positions as well as numerous standard sling attachment points. It is available in commercial and Mil-Spec sizes, and offers six-position adjustment. Weighing in at a scant 9 ounces, it even features a watertight rear storage area perfect for small parts or batteries. An extended cheekpiece, the Battle Stock Attachment, is also available to provide an enhanced cheek weld.

Available in black, flat dark earth, foliage green, grey and the company's new scorched dark earth colors (as well as in commercial or Mil-Spec configuration), there's a BUS for nearly every application.

MSRP: $124.99

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