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Magpul and others?


I'm interested in AR buttstocks with adjustable length of pull and comb height for position ( prone, kneeling, sitting, standing) & bench rest shooting.

What's available?


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I built a Bula M14 last year and installed their CBR chassis, which uses an AR buffer tube arrangement on the back to allow the use of an AR butt stock. I used a Magpul PRS on it, it works very well.
 
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Magpul and others?


I'm interested in AR buttstocks with adjustable length of pull and comb height for position ( prone, kneeling, sitting, standing) & bench rest shooting.

What's available?



The Magpul PRS has adjustable length and comb. I had one and found that at the shortest position was still just a bit too long for me. I am 5' 10" and find that A2 stocks are too long and A1 is just about right, just for reference.

The Tacmod stock is popular for offhand shooting and run-n-gun type matches but I don't know how well you would like it for bench rest shooting. It has a flat bottom but I'm not sure how well it lends itself to a rear bag. I haven't used one.

The Magpul PRS might be just the ticket for you if the length of pull works for you.
 
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Thanks, guys.

The PRS minimum LOP is much too long for me in kneeling and offhand.

TacMod cheekpiece looks like cheek torture device.

I'll need to keep looking.


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I've never had the opportunity to fondle one on a rifle...but these from LUTH-AR look like they are adjustable if nothing else...

https://www.luth-ar.com/product/mba-3/


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I've never had the opportunity to fondle one on a rifle...but these from LUTH-AR look like they are adjustable if nothing else...

https://www.luth-ar.com/product/mba-3/
That came on my Howa Chassis Rifle. I like it. You do have to tighten it up in several spots (it's rattly until then), but it's solid afterwards.



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The Luth stocks are pretty nice.
I have the MBA-1 rifle length one.
 
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I like several Magpul stocks. I like the MOE the best ( hey I'm a minimalist ). Speaking of such, I really love the Mission First Tactical Minimalist stock.

The MFT Minimalist stock is light weight, compact, yet still has a good cheek weld. And it's not that expensive, which is a plus to me.

I have not had a problem with any of mine, I have four of them. Tight on the receiver extension, operates smoothly.

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