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Advanced Technology Buttstock For AR15 Rifle

Model: ARA3300
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 55825
UPC: 758152633002
MFG: Advanced Technology Intl.

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Six position collapsible buttstock. Removable/adjustable (.38 inch) cheekpiece. Non slip removable buttpad. Sling swivel stud. Slot for tactical sling attachment. Scratch proof and waterproof. Glass filled nylon. No gunsmithing required. Glass filled nylon. Matte black.


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Reviewed By: on 10/25/2014
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
This is a little wobbly on my buffer tube. and the "pad" they give you to peel and stick on there is puny. they kinda make it look like this nice thick pad. its not. however the shoulder bump pad is nice and think. its comfortable. not bad.

Reviewed By: on 05/08/2014
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
The 2012 Bushmaster Varminteer .223 I bought this stock to replace came off easily enough so I thought putting this new adjustable one on would not be too hard. Still not sure where I messed up, but once I had finished, heard some moving parts rattling about. Opened up the rifle and the new spring had somehow come loose and I was looking and a cluster you know what. I am by no means a gun smith or any where close, but should be able to change out a stock. Have to say that the directions provided by ATI didn't prove to bear much resemblance to what I actually found as I took the old stock off and tried to put their new one on. Could be one of those deals that it goes a lot better for you, but it was a fail for me.