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Magpul Commercial-Spec CTR Carbine Stock

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Product Description

Magpuls CTR, Compact Type Restricted, Commercial-Spec Collapsible Carbine Stock uses commercial-spec extension tubes. The anti snag design on the CTR stock prevents accidental activation of the release latch. An important included feature on the new CTR stocks is the friction lock system that prevents stock movement. The prevention of stock movement on a collapsible stock provides much better accuracy and precision. The rubber butt pad, though only 0.55 inches thick, keeps the butt from slipping off your shoulder in the nastiest of weather or on the slickest of clothing. The CTR has a reversible push button QD sling mount that accepts nearly and 1.5 inch sling. CTR carbine stocks are one of the smallest tactical butt stocks, perfect for close quarters combat or personal defense. The smaller the weapon is, the less leverage an enemy would have if they got the jump on you and grabbed your weapon.

Magpul Commercial-spec CTR Compact Carbine Stock Features:

  • FDE - Flat Dark Earth
  • Collapsible stock
  • Mounts on Commercial-spec receiver extension tube
  • Release latch is shielded
  • 0.55 inch rubber butt pad
  • 2 built in sling loop attachments
  • Weight: 0.58 pounds
  • Max Length: 7.15 inches

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"I unexpectedly needed to find some non toxic waterfowl loads quick, for a .410 shotgun. Mack's was the only one that had Hevi-Shot in .410 with #5 shot. The process of ordering was easy, and it was quickly shipped to my door. I couldn't be more happy with the Mack's, and it made it possible for a little boy to enjoy his first duck hunt." Oct 2015