You've seen this stock on M4's and AR-15's for years, so why shouldn't you have one that works on your marker? Adjusting to 6 positions, this stock is good for open terrains as well as tight quarters. Although it won't make you run faster or jump higher, it will most definitely make you look cooler.
Our collapsible stock features a rear sling swivel, a useful place to hang your car keys. A grip enhancing texture covers the end contact point to keep the stock practically glued to your shoulder. All said and done, this will provide a solid shooting platform and increase your accuracy, especially at long range.
The Liberty Stocks A-5 Collapsible Stock is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
super old but insanely good hammerhead barrel
12oz crome-molly co2
military diggi camo vest
Kinda hard to install
I got this stock online for a whopping $12!!!! was so worth it. the tan one was 10 but tan+black gun=??????
Anyway, this purchase was one of the best ive made in a long time. its super durable and doesnt move around at all on my gun. when collapsed all the way down, you can use the co2 if you gotta for a naiming stock but for on the run and more accurate shooting without actually aiming this works GREAT!!
Invert Nightstick - 14"
Liberty Collaspible Stock
Cheap For Quality
I needed a stable shooting platform for my A-5 since I'm not too steady with my hands, and I needed one that was relatively cheap. I found this particular stock online and because it's so cheap I figured I had little to lose.
When I opened the box the stock came in I noticed that it looked NICE! Matches the M4 look perfectly, and to boot it's very durable. I believe it's made of ABS plastic, and it feels VERY tough to the point where I think I can drive nails with it! I also noticed some extra plastic around the push pin holes for reinforcement so the plastic tabs wouldn't break off. Straight out of the box I knew I made a good choice.
Securing it to the A-5 took a bit of work. I had to loosen most of the bolts on the marker so that I could slide the stock onto it. Once I got it on I discovered that the botton push pin could NOT put in as the hole was drilled off center. Eventually I took a drill to the stock with a 1/4" drill bit, but prior to doing that the stock did not wobble, even while missing a push pin. With the last push pin in it felt like it would never come loose.
Man, this thing is TOUGH! I every time I've taken it to the field I was banging it against trees and rocks, and it would not budge. I even took it off afterwords to check for any structural damage, and there was nothing. This is a damn strong stock, and I'm confident that this will last me a loooong time.
It's great having an adjustable stock, but I'm sure that if you're looking at one you already know the benefits so I don't need to explain them to you.
I'm very happy with this stock. It looks fantastic and is VERY useful, so I'd definitely recommend this stock to anyone looking for form and function. The one issue that I had was with the push pin hole, but that's fixed easily.