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Mako Remington 870 Tactical Folding Buttstock With Cheekpiece Polymer Black UAS870

 
Mako Group
UAS870
879015002695
2-MAKUAS870
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$149.60
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  • DESCRIPTION
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These tough folding, buttstocks feature adjustable cheekpieces and a streamlined hinge. The cheek piece is great for shooting with scopes, because it allows you to place your head at the correct height for optics use. The stock is locked in the open position by a robust claw, and a button unlocks and allows the stock to be folded instantly. Spring tension also holds the stock in the folded position. The entire system is completely ambidextrous and can be switched to fold either to the left or to the right. A high quality rubber buttpad grips body armor and reduces felt recoil, and the slim profile allows trigger manipulation when folded.

Specifications and Features:
Weight: 1 pound, 5.45 ounces
Width: 1.9"
Length: 13"
Remington 870 12 gauge
Mil-spec polymer 

Item#: 2-MAKUAS870
Total number of Reviews: 3

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2.0 5
"The stock fits perfectly and the cheek adjustment works fine, but I bought this stock because it is supposed to fold and I wanted to carry it in my tac bag with my AR. It is stuck in the locked open position and nothing seams to work to get the lock to disengage. I have called MAKO tech support and customer service, left several messages, and no one will answer the calls or return them. Very disappointed. If I had it to do over, I would not buy it or anything else from MAKO."
5.0 5
"Installed quickly and easily. Will not wobble, folds wonderfully. Cheekrest is so slick and smooth. Once it is set, eliminates time to acquire a bead. Folds so nice and compact, yet ready in a pinch. Locks out solid too. Worth every penny"
4.0 5
"This stock is rock solid right out of the box hands down. The absence of the second bolt and washer for attaching the stock to the receiver made me scratch my head for a minute until I found it in the grip compartment :p sneaky sneaky! The reason it gets four bullets is the lack of room for the addition of a side-saddle for extra shells. I suppose this could be achieved by switching the direction of the fold to the right side but then this would inhibit the ejections of spent shells unless the stock was in the extended position. Other than that the stock was a great buy for me and I am very happy with it :)"