A*B Arms Urban Sniper Stock X

Manufactured by A*B Arms
Manufactured by A*B Arms
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The A*B Arms Urban Sniper Stock X is designed to be a sturdy, lightweight, and highly adjustable rifle stock. Built with law enforcement, military, and private security in mind, this buttstock comes with many features, so you can take on any mission at hand. It features a fully adjustable and removable cheek riser and a fixed design with locking system that eliminates rattle. The bottom picatinny rail is for mounting monopods for a stable shooting platform and includes the recoil pad already installed. The American Built Arms Urban Sniper Stock X is compatible with Mil-Spec carbine length buffer tubes, so you can not only build the rifle you want, but the rifle you need.

  • Black Nylon construction
  • Rock-solid design that eliminates rattle
  • Fixed stock design
  • Compatible with Mil-Spec carbine length buffer tubes
  • Fully adjustable and removable cheek riser
  • Includes rubber recoil pad
  • Picatinny rail for mounting monopods
  • Ambidextrous QD sling swivel mounts
  • Full length: 8.5”
  • Weight: 12 oz.

This highly versatile carbine stock is great whether you are building a precision rifle or duty style carbine. Just set it up exactly how you want and you’re ready to go. If ever you feel the need to change the role of your AR-15, no need to buy a whole new stock, just reconfigure the Urban Sniper Stock.

A*B Arms is built stronger because sometimes, lives are on the line. Their products stand up to the rigors of combat, police and private security operations, where failure is not an option.
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BrandA*B Arms
Sling MountQD Sling Swivel
StorageNot Storage Capable
Weight12 oz.

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

Excellent AR stock

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Great quality stock.<br>One of the nicer stocks that has an nice 'anti rattle' bolt on the side to tighten against the buffer tube. If you have an AR with a carbine buffer tube, this is something to take a look at it you want a good, solid stock and you are doing mid range to longer range shooting. Good adjustable cheekrest and pull length. Very easy (once you set the cheek rest height) to bring the rifle up, shoulder it, and get on target quickly.

Not worth the asking price

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Added this stock to an MDT Chassis setup in a .308 action. The stock was not enough for recoil management for a .308, the knob for the cheek adjustment was loose and the overall built with nylon just seemed to feel cheap. Not worth the asking price.

A nice stock

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I caught this on sale at PA and for the money and PA's lightening fast delivery, it's a nice stock. I'm a little disappointed that they didn't include an allen wrench to tighten the stock down on to the buffer tube. this one reminds me of the miniature version of the Luth MB3, which is my favorite stock. Good amount of adjustments available on this one too. We'll see how she does once I have some time to put some rounds down range at my club. This is nice stock, but not a replacement for the Luth.

Cheek raiser is in the way of charging handle.

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I bought this stock to complete my .224 Valkyrie build. I like the versatility of this stock. However, one big flaw, and I can't believe no one else mentioned it. When using it with an AR platform, the charging handle hits the cheek riser. Only fix I've found is to move it back to the next to last position, it still hits but will chamber the round. Or, the one I did, was to remove the cheek raiser all together. Still haven't decided if I will keep this, or send it back. 100 bucks is a lot of money for something that doesn't work perfectly. If this was an adjustable stock (you can adjust the length, you just have to have an Allen wrench) then it wouldn't be a big deal, I could move it to the last position to chamber a round, then move it back to where I want to shoot from.