An original design by Blackpoint. This stock is black anodized machined aluminum made in the U.S.A. The gun mount adapter mounts replaces the stock RVA and provide secure rigid mount for the stock as well as fine tuning for the rear velocity adjustment (RVA). The drop down design provides of this stock provides excellent Mask Clearance, Stabilization, and when folded, excellent hand-clearance at the front grip area! Black anodized standard. Shoulder plate length is fixed at about 11-1/2 inches from rear of receiver. Securely locks and folds open and folded. Features stainless hardware, JCS trademark, and a patented design.
The Blackpoint Engineering R.V.A. MP Folding Stock Spyder is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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High quality aluminum alloy milled parts
Maintains velocity adjustment
None- it fits and works.
Right out of the box I was impressed with the craftsmanship and attention to detail. Also, there were extra replacement pieces (2 plastic shims-replacement angle blocks that tip the stock slightly downward for mask clearance) and an allen wrench to fit the velocity adjustment screw. The stock securely locks open and closed with the push of a spring loaded brass button. I found the stock to be a comfortable length when open. It has a nice rubber shoulder grip. I found this on clearance for $25, the regular price is 50. This is a quality made metal stock not some plastic junk. [I'm not saying composite stocks are junk, just that there are some inferior made units out there] It mounts in the striker tube in place of the stock RVA (rear velocity adjuster) and has a threaded body where a knurled lock nut tightens against the gun's frame for a tight no-wobble mount. I have used a friend's A5 that has a sliding stock, and his complaint is the same as mine on a collapsing stock. Even all the way in, it still adds length to the gun and interferes with CQB or tucking in tight around bunkers or doors. A folding stock makes the gun totally compact when folded. Mask clearance is great when sighting down the marker open or closed. All in all, a great mil-sim add on.
It's high quality and fits your Spyder.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 17th, 2007 at 5:48 am PST