Mission First Tactical BMS Stock

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posted on July 17, 2014
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Constructed from a super-tough, reinforced polyamide from DuPont's Military Plastic Division the BMS is loaded with ergonomic features designed to improve handling, and give you an edge when the chips are down, such as an angled nonslip rubber buttpad, which allows faster presentation—even with body armor—and a quick-detach, sling-mounting points that are positioned for optimum usage, including ambidextrous shooters.

The end result is a stock that adapts and changes to not only the shooter's needs, but being combat tested, it is guaranteed to hold up under desert, jungle and icy environmental conditions.

Best of all, the BMS tops the scales at less than 6 ounces. It's available for commercial or mil-spec buffer-tube assemblies and in a variety of colors that include scorched dark earth, grey, foliage green and black. MSRP: $59.99; (267) 803-1517, missionfirsttactical.com

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