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evil_monkey716 Tuesday, July 7th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Only the X7 Collapsible CAR stock and the X7 X36 Folding Stock
Marker Setup: X7 w/E-Grip trigger Lapco Big Shot barrel w/APEX tip, polished internals, UMP Shroud, Foldable Front grip, TechT Qeph mod, TechT Lightning Rod mod, TechT Vortex mod, and TechT Squishy pads and now the SCAR Stock
Strengths: No wobble
Solidly built
Has an adjustable cheek rest
same weight as the CAR stock
Weaknesses: None!
Review: The SCAR Stock from Scenario Arms is the Rolls Royce of stocks. Its solid, extends to 6 differnent positions, folds to the side and has an adjustable cheek rest. The only thing it didn't come with is a bulter to shoot it for you, LOL!.

Seriously, this is a great stock to get for any look your trying to achive, especially the actual SCAR rifle. You can quickly fold it to the side and it hardly touches your hand while gripping the trigger. I have large hands and with gloves on its not uncomfortable to use in close quarters, just don't go thinking its going to fold flat to the side and still get your hand in there. It has a nice rubber cap with good grip for shouldering.
Conclusion: I strongly recommend the SCAR stock to anyone looking for a well-built, steardy stock that has the benifits of the Collapsible CAR stock and the benifits of the X36 Folding Stock.
10 out of 10

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