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Magpul MOE Commercial AR-15 Carbine Stock With Sling Attachment Points Rubber Buttpad Polymer Black MAG401-BLK

 
Magpul
MAG401-BLK
873750003146
2-MPIMAG401BLK
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$37.95
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Magpul products are made to last, and with plenty of forethought. The Magpul MOE and CTR are the lightest weight stocks that Magpul produces. Low profile design, and ambidextrous sling attachment loops. The slim A-Frame design streamlines the stock and minimizes snagging, and reduces weight while providing high strength.

The MOE Stock is a drop-in replacement buttstock for AR15/M16 carbines. Designed for light, fast action the streamlined A-frame profile avoids snagging and shields the release latch to prevent accidental activation. The rubber butt-pad provides positive shoulder purchase to prevent slippage even with body armor or modular gear.

Specifications and Features:
Commercial Spec buffer tube design
Includes standard sling attachment points
Protected release latch
Rubber buttpad provides positive shoulder purchase
Black
 

Item#: 6-1028406,2-MPIMAG401BLK,3-1028406
Total number of Reviews: 12

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5.0 5
"I replaced my factory \"tactical\" stock with this one mainly cause I wanted a rubber butt pad. It is well made but doesn't offer much over most factory stocks. I consider it bling factor cause of all the other Magpul stuff I had on my rifle so I slapped it on. I'd recommend it anyway."
– BJ
5.0 5
"This is one of the better replacement stocks in my opinion."
– Urquhart
5.0 5
"Why spend the 100 dollars for the other form of this just for a stupid extra lock for the position when you already have a lock that will never move from the spot it's locked into. Quickly slipped on after finding something to help push down on the knobs to slip onto the tube. Make sure you have a commercail tube when buying this. Easiest way to tell is that comm tubes are at a angle, while mil spec are perfectly straight. This is easily a good upgrade from the cheapie stocks ar15's factory puts on. A store here in Lincoln NE wanted 100 dollars for this style and more for the locking style. I will always use CTD. Not to mention their quick shipping for their products with great customer service."
– Jace
5.0 5
"I bought this to replace the stock on my Carbon 15. It went on easily and it's look and feel kick the Bushmaster Carbon 15 to a whole new level of performance."
– jdogdaddyw
5.0 5
"Very good fit. Comfortable. Easy to install. Easy to use. No frills. Just simple and good."
– kelli
5.0 5
"Like all magpul products I have purchased I'm pleased. To me, it has a better feel to in than the factory stock. Simple install but it does however still have that factory stock fitment which is sloppy in my opinion. It locks in nicely but like so many stocks I've seen it has a little play in it."
– Tom , PA
5.0 5
"great stock"
– richard
5.0 5
"Much better than the stock that came on my carbon 15, fit is excellent, fast shipping received it in 1 day after ordered."
– Trouble M
5.0 5
"Real nice upgrade at a reasonable cost. Comfortable and sturdy."
– Ronnie
5.0 5
"Fits my bushmaster carbon 15 perfectly and makes it look 100% better than the cheap crap that came with from the factory. Ctd was the cheapest by far on these and was in my mail box within 3 days of ordering.I am extremely satisfied with my first purchase from CTD, Thank you"
– BigJohn
5.0 5
"This is my 2nd and for the money they are tough to beat. Much better than the typical stock included from the factory on most ARs. Highly recommend for quality and good price."
– Michael
5.0 5
"I have several Magpul accessories for my rifle. All are quality, and pretty affordable. The MOE stock is no different. NOTE - Before ordering any stock, be sure to verify what buffer tube type you have (Milspec or Commercial). Hint - Commercial usually slanted slightly at the rear of buffer tube."
– Greg