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SRC Retractable Folding Stock w/ Large Battery Compartment For G36 Series Airsoft AEG
by Jacob V. Date Added: November 5, 2010
Like others here the hinge pin that keeps the stock on the gun was falling out for me as well, remedied in my case with a short length of electrical tape. It's a plastic stock, and the stock tube bows in slightly on the right and left sides. It isn't noticeable without removing the shoulder piece and looking down the tube lengthwise, but that along with its light weight bugged me a little. Since my gun is front-wired, I machined a counter-weight out of solid aluminum (didn't have steel on hand) and muscled it into the tube where you would normally keep a battery to help balance it out, with some success; this also flattened out the bowing while keeping the length adjustment just as smooth. My 36 has a PSG-1 tight-bore and the barrel extensions to cover it up so it's still pretty front-heavy, though.

For being plastic, it's a sturdy piece. The folding and unfolding operation is near identical to the that of the conventional stock and the length adjustment is that of an M4 LE. The butt-pad is rubberized and pretty tall, fits nicely into the shoulder.

My only gripe is that the screw for the lever that allows length adjustment fell out along with the lever itself during my first game using it, apparently while carrying the gun. It was likely loosened at some point during my fiddling with the stock and simply disappeared into the mud, but even without it the stock is adjustable if you're not wearing gloves and have leather fingertips. Luckily, it locked in my preferred position, though it's still not as cosmetically sound.

4/5 because, all things considered, it could stand to be cheaper.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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