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Old 04-13-2013, 05:54 PM   #11
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I kinda like Kaley Cuoco's buttstock.
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I like the Magpul CTR and the Vltor E-mod for collapsible stocks. The firm lock up of the CTR combined with it's light weight is nice. The E-mod on a heavier biuild is nice and the cheekweld is good.

For fixed stocks I still haven't found one much better than the standard government ones. I personally like the A1 because it is slightly shorter and seems to fit me better for how I like to shoot.
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I second the Brazilian Buttstock.....
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:38 PM   #14
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Another vote for the Magpul CTR, light and fits tight. I have three.

I'll have to check out the Brazilians though! Sounds like something I could use!
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Quentin. you might check with your local Secret Service office. They are experts in the subject of South American buttstocks.
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For the ultimate in lightweight, I'm with Q, CTR rules the nest.

For a better checkweld I'm liking the STR. Is a few oz more, but if can help balance a 16" barrel. The last 3 builds I've used them and I'm really liking them.

I had a Vltor Imod and it was good, but the STR doesn't pull my whiskers out if I forget to shave in the mornings (like I do 90% of the time)

I really like the UBR but its really really heavy, so I don't think I'll be using one anytime soon. Course if I have a 12.5 sbr with a nice can on it, a UBR might be the ticket.

Sopmods are great but I can't justify the expensive when there are soo many other comparable less and less expensive options out there.
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Do you mean the buttplate or the whole end of the stock
The whole end.
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For the ultimate in lightweight, I'm with Q, CTR rules the nest.

For a better checkweld I'm liking the STR. Is a few oz more, but if can help balance a 16" barrel. The last 3 builds I've used them and I'm really liking them.

I had a Vltor Imod and it was good, but the STR doesn't pull my whiskers out if I forget to shave in the mornings (like I do 90% of the time)

I really like the UBR but its really really heavy, so I don't think I'll be using one anytime soon. Course if I have a 12.5 sbr with a nice can on it, a UBR might be the ticket.

Sopmods are great but I can't justify the expensive when there are soo many other comparable less and less expensive options out there.
This right here is good to know. I have an I mod that I just picked up. I have facial hair and really don't want that same issue you spoke of.
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I 2nd that opinion
Damn autocorrect. It was supposed to be LaRue RISR
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For the ultimate in lightweight, I'm with Q, CTR rules the nest.

For a better checkweld I'm liking the STR. Is a few oz more, but if can help balance a 16" barrel. The last 3 builds I've used them and I'm really liking them.

I had a Vltor Imod and it was good, but the STR doesn't pull my whiskers out if I forget to shave in the mornings (like I do 90% of the time)

I really like the UBR but its really really heavy, so I don't think I'll be using one anytime soon. Course if I have a 12.5 sbr with a nice can on it, a UBR might be the ticket.

Sopmods are great but I can't justify the expensive when there are soo many other comparable less and less expensive options out there.
Good feedback.
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