NEW: B&T 4-Position MP5 And APC Folding Stocks

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As I (im)patiently wait for ATF approval of my TPM Outfitters MP5-SD, I am already on the hunt for accessories and upgrades. I’m pretty familiar with the standard H&K collapsible stock, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best option out there. B&T has introduced a folding stock that is adjustable to four different lengths. The cheek weld options look promising, especially when you consider the optional riser that is available.

As we have stated in the past, B&T products demand a premium price. But when you consider the cost of H&K MP5s and related “clones”, the truth is that it’s all relative. I’m just guessing at a US street price, but $350 seems completely realistic. The APC version will weigh in slightly cheaper at an estimated street price of $250.

The shoulder stock is length adjustable in four positions and also offers two apertures for attaching carrying straps plus four gromets for attaching carabines. When pressing the locking knob on the left side, the stock can be folded to the right side of the weapon. An optional elevated cheek rest (BT-36371) is available.

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B&T MP5 four-position folding stock:

  • MSRP: $421.50 CHF (~$420 USD)
  • Material:  Polymer
  • Weight:    620 g
  • Version:   Foldable and length adjustable
  • Weapon:  HK MP5, MP5SD
  • Adjusting range: 60 mm

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B&T APC FOUR-POSITION FOLDING STOCK:

  • MSRP: $293 CHF (~$290 USD)
  • Material: Polymer
  • Weight: 485 g
  • Version: Foldable and lenght adjustable
  • Adjusting range: 60 mm
  • Weapon: B&T APC9/45, APC223/556/300, GL06

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  • Anonymoose

    That looks a lot more comfortable than the normal A3/A4 stock. Think they’d make a G3 version in the future?

    • JumpIf NotZero

      My A3 is only on the gun for in the safe or in the bag. Anytime I go to actually use it, A2 all the way.

      • roguetechie

        The problem with a3 stocks is that they have this seductive cool factor that completely overrides the logic and impulse control of us gun guys… (Yes including me)

        Well, that and back in the day you could an A3 parts kit for like $60 more than a normal kit… And sell the resulting gun for an extra $400

  • TheChunkNorris

    Dakota Tactical will be importing these here soon.

  • Klaus

    I would like one for my 93

    • TheChunkNorris

      Don’t know if the back piece will be plastic like their MP5 models. If it is… they won’t recommend that stock to be used on the 93/33/53.

      • Klaus

        With the appropriate buffer in it it would be just fine. I think.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    No pics on an MP5 or an APC….. THANKS!

  • Widgt

    Ok. I’ll be the first to say it. That thing is plain ugly. Looks like a boat rudder.

    • Budogunner

      Looks like a proof of concept, 3D printed prototype. Why deface an MP5 with that?