SKBS Skeletonized Buttstock from Command Arms

CAA USA‘s Skeletonized Buttstock (SKBS), is designed to meet the demands of tactical operators, eliminates excess weight without compromising on strength or durability. Made from a high-strength, nylon reinforced polymer with an over-molded rubber cheek weld contoured and texturized to provide additional user comfort, the SKBS mounts to both MIL-Spec and commercial buffer tubes via a compression ring ensuring a super tight fit and eliminating any chance of movement, no matter how slight. Additionally, a thumb activated extension pin locking tab slides to secure the SKBS in place, thus preventing any accidental stock movement.

The SKBS adjusts in length to accommodate the user with an easy-to-use stock latch. The grooved release latch allows for quick length changes and prevents accidental operation. Users can swiftly adjust length during use.

Three integral sling mounts allow for a variety of carries with web slings. Comfort is built into the SKBS with the over molded check rest and a removable buttpad for increased impact protection and added anti-slip.

CAA USA Skeletonized Buttstock Specifications:

  • Model Number:           SKBS
  • Fits:                           AR15/M16 with MIL-Spec and commercial buffer tubes*
  • Material:                    Polymer
  • Weight:                     10.88 oz.
  • Width:                       1.75 in.
  • Length:                      7.5 in.
  • Height:                      5.25
  • Colors Available:        Black, Green, Khaki
  • MSRP:                        $80.50

For more information on CAA USA, visit www.commandarms.com.

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