Luth-AR MBA-1 Rifle Buttstock (Options)

$131.55

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(1 customer review)

Fully Adjustable Buttstock assembly to mount to a rifle (A2 Round Standard Tube) – This is a fixed stock

  • Additional 1″ height on cheek rest
  • Additional 1 1/16″ length of pull with extended length buttplate
  • Approximately half the weight of competitors’ adjustable stocks The “MBA” weighs just 1.26 lbs.
  • Fits all .223 and most .308 AR style rifles
  • Super Strong Glass Filled Nylon
  • Comes with A1 Buttstock screw to connect to A2 standard buffer tube
  • Easy to replace and quick to install

Description

  • Modular buttstock assembly for the AR
  • Interchangeable with standard A1 or A2 buttstocks or any aftermarket buttstock with overall length of approximately 10.5″
  • Fully Ambidextrous and can be comfortably used shooting off either shoulder (Cheek piece pre-installed for right handed shooters but can be installed on either side for right or left hand shooters)
  • Cheek piece not only moves up and down, it also moves back and forth on the stock
  • NOT interchangeable with carbine/collapsible rifles with telescoping assemblies (6-position tubes). You will need to purchase a MBA-3 or MBA-4 to fit these carbine tubes

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs

Shipping Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 3 in

Application: Rifle

Buttstock Weight: 18.4 oz

Extended Length of Pull: 14 3/4″

Collapsed Length of Pull: 13 5/8″

Overall Extended Length: 11 1/2″

Overall Collapsed Length: 10 7/8″

Cheek Rise: 1″ Fully Extended

Additional Length-of-Pull: 1 1/16″

Available Colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth

Additional information

Color

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MPN

MBA-1

1 review for Luth-AR MBA-1 Rifle Buttstock (Options)

  1. Greg S.

    Purchased MBA-1 (elsewhere) to serve as a fixed stock on an Indian Creek Tommy chassis. When installed on a std. mil-spec buffer tube, the chassis isn’t long enough from the back of the mounted pistol grip to where the tube inserts. With the MBA-1 installed on the tube, the lower front portion of the stock prevents getting your hand between the grip and the stock. Maybe the design works with other fixed stocks but not the MBA-1. Returned the stock and will get an MBA-3 and an adjustable buffer. MBA-3 doesn’t have the protruding lower, forward portion like the MBA-1. Both the chassis and the buttstock are nice pieces, they just don’t go together. Thought you guys should know…

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