Brownells 75th Anniversary - A Shooting Heritage

Seven-Position Adjustable Stock System Enhances Comfort, Control & Weapon Reliability

Specifically designed at the request of the U.S. Marine Corps, the EMOD A5 stock system enhances both operator comfort and the reliability of the rifle. With seven length-of-pull adjustment positions at .65" increments, the A5 system can offer a longer length of pull than an M16A2 fixed stock, yet collapses to the same length as an M4 carbine. The buttstock itself offers all the advantages of the EMOD’s “clubfoot” shape and detachable rubber recoil pad for an extra-secure shoulder fit. Using a standard M16A2 action spring and the specially-designed buffer, the EMOD A5 system offers the trustworthiness of a fixed-stock rifle, while reducing felt recoil and rate of fire for improved weapon control. Two full-length detachable storage compartments with waterproof caps are capable of housing 3 AA or 4 CR-123 batteries; lower, weatherproof storage compartment holds 2 AA batteries or miscellaneous small parts. Two molded-in sling loops accept military-style, nylon web slings. Receptacles on both sides of stock to accept a pushbutton QD swivel for single-point slings. Combo Kit includes all the necessary components for upgrading a mil-spec AR-15/M16/M4 lower receiver.

AR-15, Issue:11, Page:047
Big Book Catalog, Issue:70, Page:047

SPECS: Molded polymer, black. 8½" (21.6cm) OAL collapsed; 12½” (31.8cm) OAL. fully extended. 26.7 oz. (756.9g) total wt. Includes action spring, A5 buffer, receiver end lock plate, and receiver end lock nut. Compatible with gas piston systems. A5 Receiver Extension accepts M4-type buttstocks that fit mil-spec 1.15" O.D. receiver extension. A5 Spring/Buffer kit must be used only in the Vltor A5 receiver extension; attempting to use these parts in a standard M4 receiver extension will result in damage to the rifle. Not compatible with AR-Style .308 platforms.


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Color: Black

Style: Collapsible

Type: Mil-Spec

Material: Polymer