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Mako GL-Shock AR-15 Recoil Reducing Stock Polymer Black GL-SHOCK

Mako Group
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The Mako GL-Shock AR-15 Recoil Reducing Stock is the perfect aftermarket stock for your rifle. This stock is made of polymer and comes in a black finish. This stock effectively reduces felt recoil and muzzle rise for better control when firing, and is the perfect solution for AR15s and AR10s chambered in harder recoiling calibers, such as the 6.8 SPC, .308 Winchester, .450 Bushmaster or .50 Beowulf.

Specifications and Features:
GL-Shock AR-15 Recoil Reducing Stock
Reduces recoil and muzzle rise to allow faster, more accurate fire
Provide comfort for 5.56 and large caliber M4/AR-15s, .308 AR-10s, and shotgun kits
5 sling attachment points, including 2 QR attachment points
Storage compartment for batteries or parts
MIL-SPEC reinforced polymer composite, steel hardware, rubber buttpad
Fits any weapon that accepts M-4/AR15 style stocks
Patented system reduces recoil and muzzle rise
Auto-tensioner for no-rattle fit on both mil-spec and commercial tubes
Comfortable rubber buttpad provides traction on body armor
Streamlined shape will not snag on gear

Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"put this on a custom CQC rifle. Matches the theme well with other Mako grips. there was ZERO rattle when I nstalled it. this stock fits PERFECTLY. Easy to adjust and shoulders well!great product"
5.0 5
"I cannot say anything bad about this item. It went right on my commercial buffer tube and has ZERO wiggle or play! This stock is tight in both senses of the word! I highly recommend this item. Even though an AR doesn't kick too much this still reduced it by at least half! Great product."
5.0 5
"Bought this stock because of the price and reviews. I have to admit it really does take away what little recoil my ar had. Now when I rapid fire a couple rounds im getting much tighter groups."