Hera Arms CQR Featureless Buttstock - Tan

Manufactured by Hera Arms
SKU: HERA-12-13CA
MPN: 12.13CA
Manufactured by Hera Arms
2 Reviews
$91.77 $124.00

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Details

Details

Hera Arms CQR Stocks are designed for the LE/Military market to create one of the most rigid and compact Rifle Systems based on the widely available AR15 Plattform. The CQR Riflestock is a easy to install replacement buttstock for Mil-Spec AR15 Rifles using a Mil-Spec (recommended) Carbine Buffertube.

 In combination with their CQR Frontgrip, operators will get a lightweight, compact and ergonomic SBR system.

This stock is configured with an installed Aluminum plate for state compliant "featureless" builds.
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Specifications

BrandHera Arms
Manufacturer.Hera Arms
MaterialPolymer - Reinforced
PlatformAR-15/AR-308
Sling MountQD Swivel Socket - Free Rotation
StorageNot Storage Capable
TypeFixed

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

California Prop 65 warning

 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Ratings & Reviews

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8.5/10 on quality good unit very comfortable ..... yes you can remove the block off plate.
<br>The color of the β€œsand” colorway is a lot lighter than depicted in the photos. Way off of FDE

Works as Advertised and I am Compliant

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Sooooo...I mounted this to an Aero 300 Black to make it Cali-commi compliant. It seemed to function fine but kick was a little painful. (better rubber needed I dont know) but may not be it's fault entirely as now in Cali we cannot have a suppressor/break on it. All I know as the kick and shoulder feel now is completely different than my Bravo collapsible. But hey, still got to have trigger time with it in the ridiculous state and that makes me happy.