Description

The lightest alloy stock on the market

The Elftmann Ultralight Aluminum Stock is the lightest all metal adjustable stock produced today, weighing in at a trim 5.2oz. Innovative features include ease of adjustment over the entire length of the buffer tube and silent operation – no clicking into detent holes, a simple turn of the knob allows full adjustment and when tightened, it is rock solid with absolutely no rattle.

Features
Easy installation
Extremely lightweight
Minimalist design
Silent operation
Product Information
Manufacturer: Elftmann Tactical
SKU: 39
Platform: AR15 | AR10
Weight: 5.2oz
MSRP: $199.99
SKU: ELF-39

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Looks so badass I bet my tactical friends would be like whoa gnarly

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What receiver is this?! I've looked and looked and cannot find it!

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Not sure the specific But look for Skeletonized lowers and you’ll find a bunch of styles.

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I have looked and I cannot find anything in stock. I want one where the receiver shows the trigger

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Wish these would come down to 65-70, I’d try one.

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If I didn't cherish my tight virgin butthole so much and have a fear of prison rape I'd put one of these one my pistol. This is a cool brace, err I mean stock....

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Have mercy on a newbie;my question is would this need a specialized buffer tube?

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No. The only question is does it fit comspec or milspec?

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What grip is that in the photo?

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Thank you!

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Not 100% on that exact one, but Valkyrie Dynamics makes an amazing skeletonized pistol grib I use. Feels so nice.

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If this is used on a pistol build, will it then be considered an SBR?

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Of course. But why would you attempt to mount this on a”pistol” buffer tube that’s not designed for a stock in the first place?
And please don’t go writing a letter of permission to the ATF, mkay?

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I don't think it fits on a pistol buffer tube. So yeah it'd be an sbr

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Pistol buffer tube doesn't have anything to do with it. A pistol brace can fit on a milspec or commercial buffer tube and still be legal.

This is a stock plain and simple, so if you use it with a barrel under 16" you'll make a SBR

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Um, no, that's not exactly the case. Most modern carbine/rifle tubes, not the A2, have the extension tab on the bottom that will make most pistol braces not fit without modification, rendering it a rifle because you've altered the intended design. Most pistol tubes are smooth all the way around. The new gen sba 3 and 4 have tubes with stops, but aren't considered stocks because they are proprietary and won't fit rifle stocks. You could in theory machine down a rifle tube to fit a brace, try and throw a stock on a pistol tube, or shoulder a rifle tube sans stock, but I wouldn't challenge the aft on it.

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