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    Pizzagun Dilettante Joe in PNG's Avatar
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    My 6020 came with the Rogers, and it suits my dilettante needs just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Cunningham View Post
    The Rogers has to be the ugliest stock Iíve ever seen.
    Ever laid eyes on a Sully stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36trap View Post
    Ever laid eyes on a Sully stock?
    Oh yeah. I had one back in 2007.

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    https://www.missionfirsttactical.com/BMSMIL

    This stock is under 6 oz, locks up tight, comes with a sticky buttpad.
    Be sure to order it from a reputable dealer since CHY-NAH copied it.

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    AIWB Cultist Lon's Avatar
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    I like the LWRC Ultra Compact stock.
    https://www.botach.com/lwrc-uciw-ult...ock-kit-black/

    I also like the Magpul fixed MOE fixed stock and the B5Systems SOPMOD Bravo stock.

    Other than my work rifle, I donít really have a need for collapsing stocks any longer. If I remember right, the MP fixed MOE stock is the same length as a collapsible run out to the first notch. Which is where I always run them anyway.
    Last edited by Lon; 10-19-2019 at 08:26 AM.
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    Another MagPul SL. I put them on all of my ARís.

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    I think the B5 Bravo is a steal for the price.
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    For lightweight, without sacrificing reliability or utility: MFT Battle link (5.8oz)
    For a heavier setup, to maximize utility and ballast for DMR/Recce-like setups: your EMOD is great for that, have run 2 for the last 5 years. Also I plan to upgrade one of mine and try a Magpul UBR Gen2.
    For all around: Magpul SL, or SL-S if you need storage

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSGlock34 View Post
    I think the B5 Bravo is a steal for the price.
    I agree and have been running one for about 3 years.
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