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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 7/29/2001 6:40:10 AM EDT
Just got my preban lower and need to put a collapsable stock on it. I was thinking about the RRA 6 position. Anybody had any experiance with one of these? Anybody got any opinions on any others? I going to put an M4 upper on it if that helps. Thanks.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 6:54:51 AM EDT
The Colt is really nice but expensive, about $130 these days.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 8:05:14 AM EDT
i recommend the expensivo Colt's 4pos 'true M4' stock as second choice. personally, i like the new 'M4-style' stock like the RRA better for the longer drop from heel to toe (more like the fixed stock so it shoulders better). the new 6pos gets you out to A2 length in the adjustments and everything in between. oh yeah, it's MUCH cheaper. scott out
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 8:11:10 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 8:14:58 AM EDT
Originally Posted By seamusmcoi: Just got my preban lower and need to put a collapsable stock on it. I was thinking about the RRA 6 position. Anybody had any experiance with one of these? Anybody got any opinions on any others? I going to put an M4 upper on it if that helps. Thanks.
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I got an RRA 6-pos and love it. It feels very solid and is well made. Paid $65 for it brand new from Gunsmoke and like it better than the Colt.
Link Posted: 8/1/2001 9:43:44 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/1/2001 9:43:18 AM EDT by M4Guy]
Originally Posted By scottjimenez: personally, i like the new 'M4-style' stock like the RRA better for the longer drop from heel to toe (more like the fixed stock so it shoulders better). the new 6pos gets you out to A2 length in the adjustments and everything in between. oh yeah, it's MUCH cheaper. scott out
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I will agree those newer ones are nice because they are more of a full height stock. But, everyone should know that there is absolutely nothing M4 about them. That's just something someone decided to call it to sell more of them. As far as # of positions goes I have only ever used 2, full and collapsed. The others were just "there". 6 positions would be nice to have if you ever needed it, though unlikely. But better to have and not need, I guess. My advice is to find one that looks to be good quality and the price is right. Plastic stock and metal buffer are a must. I think I bought mine for about $40 at a gunshow about 2 years ago and have not had so much as a problem with it. I might have even gotten a card from him but I can't remember. I will post his info if I find it. Otherwise as was said the 6 pos. RRA are supposed to be good and affordable.
Link Posted: 8/1/2001 10:05:50 AM EDT
I prefer the Colt 4-position to the Bushmaster or RRA "New style" collapsable stocks. The origional style is somewhat smaller than the new "improved" ones. Just my .02 Tyler
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