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Thread: New B5 stock on my G - Super duty precision AR

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    20 ounces. The SOPMOD is around 11 ounces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpom View Post
    20 ounces. The SOPMOD is around 11 ounces.

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    I was comparing to the PRS stock without weighing each one. I just know these are lighter and more versatile vs the PRS stocks that I love on my AR10's. But I honestly dont mind a little weight on the back because my guns tend to be front heavy due to mucho suppressors usage.

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    Iíve been somewhat interested in these, but wasnít able to find one for under $250. I snagged another PRS for $170 with minimal effort.

    I donít mind the extra weight, and my precision lowers keep the same stocks for years, so the ease of changing them donít appeal to me


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    I was comparing weights of my other stocks to this B5 Adjustable and Reptilia's new stock, here's what their web sites publish...

    Magpul PRS - 27.8oz
    B5 Adjustable - 20.65oz
    Reptilia AR15 RECC∑E - 12.0oz
    B5 SOPMOD - 11.8oz
    Magpul MOE SL - 9.6oz
    B5 Bravo - 9.3oz
    Magpul CTR - 8.8oz
    BCM SOPMOD - 8.6oz
    BCM Mod 0 - 7.5oz
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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzman View Post
    I’ve been somewhat interested in these, but wasn’t able to find one for under $250. I snagged another PRS for $170 with minimal effort.

    I don’t mind the extra weight, and my precision lowers keep the same stocks for years, so the ease of changing them don’t appeal to me


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    I agree. Had I seen it. I would have bought one to try out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzman View Post
    I agree. Had I seen it. I would have bought one to try out.
    If I had more BF cash I would have done it too, but needed/wanted other stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzman View Post
    I don’t mind the extra weight, and my precision lowers keep the same stocks for years, so the ease of changing them don’t appeal to me
    For a long range gun like this, the more weight the better. Even in 5.56 it makes spotting your own shots a little easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbiggun42 View Post
    It looks huge but im sure its a nice stock. Whats the weight
    Its actually smaller than I thought, when I stop being lazy I'll shoot a pic of the B5 adjustable next to the PRS.
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    Iíve been eying one of these stocks for a while. I think it would be an excellent choice for an SPR/DMR type rifle, paired with a Law folding adapter.

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