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Old January 1, 2013, 03:46 PM   #1
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B5 Systems SOPMOD Bravo AR Stock Review







The Bravo is an offshoot of the Enhanced SOPMOD stock with a few differences:

-No battery storage
-Lighter (10.25 vs 8.25oz)
-Different adjustment lever (I actually like this one more)
-Greater angle on the rear of the stock

Pros:
-Very snug fit; almost like it has a friction lock (it doesn't, just trying to describe it)
-Cost. It feels like a high quality stock but it's priced around $60
-The cheek weld is very comfortable and repeatable
-Available in multiple colors and patterns
-Has a built in anti-rotation QD socket

Cons:
-Availability. Good luck finding one in stock these days.

Here's a video with some shooting, a comparison with the Magpul MOE & STR stocks, and a quick discussion of my findings so far with it:

SOPMOD Bravo Stock HD Video Review Link
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