Mission First Tactical BATTLELINK Minimalist Stock - MIL-SPEC - Black
The Mission First Tactical BATTLELINK Minimalist Stock is lightweight and designed for easy handling and maneuvering. The BATTLELINK Minimalist Stock is MIL-SPEC compliant, meaning it meets or exceeds the standards set by the military for durability and performance. It is made from a proprietary polymer blend and features an angled non-slip rubberized buttpad that allows faster presentation, even with body armor. The stock also features multiple sling attachment points, making it easy to attach a sling for hands-free carrying. Weighing under 6 ounces, the MFT Battlelink Minimalist Stock is a lightweight platform with enhanced cheek weld.
NOTE: Fits MIL-SPEC, 1.148" diameter receiver extensions (buffer tubes). Not compatible with commercial-spec tubes.
- MIL-SPEC stock
- Proprietary polymer construction
- Angled non-slip rubberized buttpad
- Enhanced cheek weld
- Multiple sling slots
- QD sling mounting point
- Height: 5.22"
- Width: 1.752"
- Length: 7.084"
- Weight: 5.8 oz
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
by ArchAngel_8888 -
Definitely a nice upgrade for my AR, lightweight and strong, well designed. Easy removal of pin from the hole at the top and 1/16 hex screw for fixed stock application. Zero complaints.
Serious quality for serious light AR builds
by Mike B -
A solid addition to any lighter AR build. Ergonomically as nice as much bigger stocks and good should pad shape. Have 4 of them, now.
I was looking for a stock with a minimum of weight, the MFT fit my needs perfectly.
<br>1. Nice snug fit around my Mil Spec buffer tube.
<br>2. Fits well against the cheek.
<br>Great price from Primary Arms.
This stock is a fine replacement for the cheap original stock on my AR. It is a quality part and comfortable to use. This stock is lighter than the original and marginally helps with a better rifle balance. Regarding installation. I removed the old stock and slipped the new stock on the tube as far as would go. I placed the rifle upright with the butt of the stock sitting on my work bench. With two fingers I pulled on the pin and once it cleared, the rifle slid down seating the stock. The fit on the buffer tube is nice. Not loose, but not tight either. Perfect slip fit. I would recommend this stock to others.