Limbsaver TAC-10 AR Stock

Tac-10 stock

Limbsaver introduced a 10-point adjustable stock for the AR-15 called the TAC-10.  LOP adjustments are made at 1/2″ increments giving the shooter a greater degree of precision when adjusting the stock.  The company claims the new stocks are “snag free.”

The TAC-10 stocks include the use of some kind of “anti-muzzle jump technology,” which the company claims reduces up to 70% of felt recoil.

The new stock will have a short Picatinny rail on it, and they will come in multiple colors and camo patterns.  Expect pricing to be around $80-100 depending on color.

Tac-10 stock

 

Update:  I received an e-mail from Limbsaver saying:

Thanks for the interest in our TAC-10 adjustable stock.  At this time have shelved the TAC-10.  We are planning on adding it to our 2014 product line.

So, it sounds like this stock is on hold for now.  We’ll have to see if it pops back up at the 2014 SHOT Show.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/nicnorment Nic Norment

    Why does the stock have a rail section on it?

    • GearHead

      For a monopod?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1230477889 O.g. Shocker
    • WillLeach

      My first thought was for holding quick detach accessories out of the way, maybe a red dot magnifier? Or maybe an accessory that you want to have access too but that makes the gun front heavy or messes with your grip/vision.

      • Ghostalker

        In that regard it might be a better place to keep a quick detach accessory than your ruck sack… maybe…
        Either way, monopods serve a purpose… on bench guns… with fixed stocks.

  • johnny

    proportedly for a monopod on the back to help with precision shooting. ugh.

  • dickydoo

    barrel deresonator lololololoololollololol

  • Graham 1

    Am I the only one who reads that font as “tractrical platrform” and “trac-10 tactical stock”?

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      Just a unique font.

    • steve

      I like the “Tactial” handguard. And that’s not because of the font, they actually forgot a C. High end stuff.

      Definitely worth a blog post.

  • Esh325

    “anti-muzzle jump”? Sounds very gimmicky.

  • Brandon

    Barrel deresonator? I call shenanigans.
    70% felt recoil reduction? Vs what, not using a stock at all? That I’d believe.

    Looks like a bunch of overhyped junk. Doesn’t deserve blog post.

    • steve

      You just think that because you aren’t “Tactial” enough…like their handguard.

  • DiverEngrSL17K

    Before any of us gets too critical or dismissive of the Limbsaver TAC-10 stock, we should keep in mind that Sims Vibration Laboratories ( parent company of Limbsaver ) is a very respectable company that manufactures excellent recoil-absorbing buttstock pads for all types of guns. If this is one of their first real ventures into the arena of military-type tactical stocks, they should be given a fair chance and a little time to present their product and iron out any teething problems.

    • WillLeach

      As laughable as a barrell deresonator sounds, barrel harmonics are a big deal and if it works, noticabley, they might have the last laugh.

  • Aaron Russell

    If you goofballs haven’t tested these things how can you comment?

  • JT

    Actually, Limbsaver invented a new word. Sure, it was purposeful, really. Tactical + Tactile > Tactial