Best Stock Size for Midlength Piston
I am putting together a new mid length adams arms piston system.
I ordered a spikes tactical stripped lower and need to consider buttock options. Living in a ban state, I have to go with a fixed rifle length stock or a pinned non-adjustable carbine length stock.
The question is which is better for overall function of the mid length rifle, i.e. better for cycling of the system and for felt recoil.
Thanks in advance
I wouldn't worry about cycling at all. You are going to want something a tad heavier than the normal adjustable stock so you might look at the magpul acs or LMT sopmod.
A regular collapsable stock receiver extension with a pinned Emod, ACS, Imod, or Sopmod would work great.
The best fixed stock remains the M16A1 stock. Right length for most shooting. M16A2 is too long. You can save some additional weight with an XM16E1 stock with a M16A1 buttplate, but that my take some effort as these are becoming collector parts.
Magpul is working on their fixed stocks. They have a rifle stock about A1 length almost ready to ship, and there are very loud whispers about a Fixed Carbine Stock with a shorter LOP. Head over to the Magpul area to learn more, I guess.
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