DoubleStar Corp ARFX Skeleton Fixed Stock Assembly - No Buffer or Spring
- 7075-T6 aluminum
- Rifle length buffer tube
- Foam cheek pad
- .5” rubber recoil pad
- Includes QD sling swivel
- Length: 10”
- Weight: 11.2 oz.
The DoubleStar Corporation started out as a retailer selling AR-15 parts and Accessories. Soon they began designing and manufacturing their own parts and accessories and eventually moved on to full weapon systems. Located in Kentucky, DoubleStar is dedicated to building rifles with US made parts only, so you know that what you receive is high quality.
California Prop 65 warning
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Ratings & Reviews
Rockin the ARFX
by Richard Brassington
I absolutely love this stock. Solid alloy build, heavy duty rubber but pad that grips your shoulder well and lighter than many full sized polymer fixed stocks. Plus it just looks cool!!
<br>Im running it on an AR-15 platform that has a milspec lower, Aero slick side upper, KAK Industries 18" 7.62x39 barrel with a Rex Silentium helical muzzle brake and a Toolcraft nickel boron BCG. Even with a nice scope on it the rifle is rather light, which is what I was going for. Even though the weight is low, the adjustable gas block and helical brake reduce the felt recoil to not much more than my 5.56 carbine. The ARFX stock compliments this build perfectly and is very comfortable. I would recommend it for sure. Just wish they would produce more and bring the price point down a little and I would probably buy a couple more.
Awesome stock, inaccurate description
Length of pull: 12.875" without rubber pad, 13.375" with. The stock is awesome, looks great, feels solid, quality material, and is lightweight. The description is inaccurate because it says A2 length, but it is A1 length. Iirc the whole assembly weighs less than a standard m4 setup, but don't quote me on that. I used it for a lightweight build and will now be only using this stock on every build. Yes, you need a rifle buffer and spring (like for an m16a1/a2, which both use the same buffer tube, buffer, and spring for those who aren't already aware). To install the foam, just take a spray bottle with soapy water and spray it inside the foam, it'll slide right on. If that doesn't work, use an air nozzle. QD locations are very well thought out, included buffer tube is 7075 t6. All in all, it's an awesome stock and hopefully my review answered any questions some of you may have.