Unboxing, comparison, installation, and initial review of the Magpul ACS-L stock. I compare to the stock M4 stock and show you how to install it.
Smith & Wesson brings a new rifle to its M&P series, introducing the M&P10 Sport Rifle chambered in .308 Win/7.62×51 NATO to the company’s M&P10 lineup.
The rifle boasts a medium-contour 16-inch barrel with .30-caliber A2-style flash suppressor. Equipped with ambidextrous controls for both righties and lefties, the rifle comes with a mid-length gas operating system...Source: www.guns.com
AR receiver extensions may all look the same at first glance, but there are two styles on the market. Choosing the correct stock for your extension is important, as mismatched stocks may fit loosely or not at all.
Magpul Industries is an American designer and manufacturer of high-quality consumer products, including firearms accessories and electronics cases.
The Magpul ACS-L (Adaptable Carbine Stock - Light) is a drop-in replacement butt-stock for AR15/M16 carbines using mil-spec sized receiver extension tubes. A streamlined version of the ACS, the ACS-L utilizes the same center storage compartment and cheek weld but removes the battery tubes for a slimmer, lighter weight package.
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The Magpul Adaptable Carbine Stock - Light (ACS-L) collapsible buttstock is a more streamlined version of the popular ACS stock. The ACS-L does away with the dual battery compartments to save both cost and weight, but still features a center storage compartment in the tail of the stock for batteries, small parts or cleaning gear.