Anyone out there have any experience with this stock? I don't know how useful the cam lock would be. Both my rifles have the A2 style stock on them. I want to put a collapsible stock on my carbine and came across this one. Are collapsible stocks prone to a lot of play in them? Even if they are does it negatively affect functionality? The price on this thing is good as far as I can tell if compared to others on the market.
I just purchased a Colt that has one on it. I generally am not a big fan of anything other than the old-school Colt N carbine collapsible stocks. I've owned/tried MOE, CTR, M4, SOPMOD and UBR stocks and always go back to the "N."
Having said that, I like the Rogers a LOT more than I thought. I planned to sell it on the EE (and still may) but I am not sure now. It is the lightest stock I've ever handled, even lighter, I think, than the "N." It locks up solid and is quieter than the CTR. I do think the swivel mount point is too low because it doesn't let the rifle hang as well as a higher mounting point and the sling tends to get hung up more on the butt pad. The stock fits the receiver extension very tightly and there is zero play even before locking it up. Once locked, it is solid. I do not care for the look of it, something about the triangle shape doesn't do it for me. If they had added a bend or curve to the bottom strut, I might have liked it better. The butt pl;ate/pad seems to be the right compromise without over doing the grippiness (sp?) of it.
The Super-Stoc gave an impressive showing here...Buttstock Bashfest
...especially considering it weights nearly or more than half of what most of the others weigh. The Colt version slightly edged the standard Rogers version.
186 grams for the Colt, 188 for the Rogers. M4-type stock is 200 grams with no lock, no QR swivel, and no butt pad. I don;t know what an older carbine "N" stock weighs, though.
I have one and have no issues with it. Locks up solid with zero play.