A2 Fixed Buttstock - Black

Aero Precision A2 Fixed Stock - Black

A2 Fixed Buttstock - Black Product Sku: APRH100297

Regular Price: $49.99

Special Price $42.49

Description

This M16A2 Fixed Buttstock is the perfect addition to your rifle build. It is fully Mil-Spec and Made in the USA.

Includes:

  • Fixed Stock
  • Butt Plate
  • Upper and Lower Screws
Specifications
Made In America? Yes
Finish No
Platform AR15
Manufacturer No
Weight(s) -
Other Features -
Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Works Review by Randall
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I bought this with the buffer tube and spring as a kit. Dont' see the kit listed any longer, Anyway, NO buffer tube spacer and its not available on this site. Now I have to go buy one somewhere else. Buffer tube spacer should have been included. (Posted on 12/31/2017)
ok Review by mrtwadet
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The door on this stock was not molded as nice and the whole stock was not near the quality with the fit and finish as others that i have bought. Just like one of the other reviews said. You have to buy a A2 stock spacer as Aero does not include it with the stock or with the buffer tube, buffer, and spring kit. nor is it listed for sale separately on Aero web sight that I could find. So with that in mind if you have to order more parts from another company, I would just buy the whole stock from else where. The one i got was serviceable, once i got the spacer, but no i do not recommend. If the spacer was included then I would recommend with only 3 stars due to fit and finish. (Posted on 12/4/2017)
Good enough Review by Jonathan
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Stock seems to be solid and has a slight texture to it. Only complaint is what looks to be an oil stain around the sling swivel. I was hoping to paint it to match my FDE AP lower, so hopefully it'll cleanup enough to accept paint. I purchased this along with the buffer kit. Remember to get a A2 butter cap spacer cause neither come with one. Butt plate assembly seems to be heavy molded plastic construction not metal. Hinge door isn't coming open by accident that's for sure. You'll need a spent case to push the latch down and a knife to pry it open. (Posted on 11/12/2017)

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