Battlearms Woody PDW Stock – now with proper pictures

About two weeks ago we posted an article about the new Battlearms Wood Stock being available.

Unfortunately there were not too many pictures available, a situation that has now changed.

There is also more data and specifications available, so enjoy as you scroll down.

There are 2 kits listed on the Battle Arms webpage. Wood Furniture Kit #1 and #2.

For details on kit #1 please click on the link.

WOOD FURNITURE KIT #1FOR RIGIDRAIL AND BAD-CSS VERT PDW STOCK

Kit #2 also has a link, but also listed as text below.

WOOD FURNITURE KIT #2FOR RIGIDRAIL AND BAD-PDW MONOLITHIC LOWER & VERT PDW STOCK SYSTEM

KIT INCLUDES:

  • GRADE “A” FRENCH WALNUT HANDGUARD
    (FOR 6.7″ & 9.5″ BATTLEARMS M-LOK RIGIDRAIL)
  • (4) ALUMINUM ADAPTOR NUTS
  • (4) MOUNTING SCREWS
  • GRADE “A” FRENCH WANUT PISTOL GRIP
    (AR-15 LOWER COMPATIBLE)
  • (1) PISTOL GRIP SCREW
  • (1) WASHER
  • (1) LOCKING WASHER
  • STEEL CHEEK REST WITH SIMULATED POWDER COAT WOOD FINISH
    (FOR BAD-PDW MONOLITHIC LOWER & VERT PDW STOCK SYSTEM)
  • (4) MOUNTING SCREWS (Replace Original Cheek Rest Screws)Notes: 1. RIGIDRAIL Hanguard and BAD-PDW Monolithic Lower & VERT PDW Stock System not included.  Photos for illustration purposes only. 2. Avoid using chemical cleaners on wood furniture and cheek rest. 3. Wood is a natural product, not two pieces will have the same grain pattern or finish color. We do our best to match them but patterns and colors will vary.  

The price is 350 USD.

Here you can see the difference between the PDW stocks and kits.

 

Here you can see the PDW stock in detail.

And mounted on the lower, with the pistol grip.

 

 

The individual parts shown

BAD-PDW Monolithic PDW Lower/Stock system

Below: Battlearms Rigidrail 6.7″ M-LOK Handguard and Battlearms Rigidrail 9.5″ M-LOK Handguard.

The pistol grip in detail

And from the other side.

Front grip.  

I wonder if a vertical grip in wood would sell?

As much as I think “Woody” is a great idea and looks superb, I think I would go for the more high-tech solution for my PDW, with carbon fiber like this: https://www.battlearmsdevelopment.com/bad-pdw-monolithic-pdw-lower-receiver-vert-stock-system





Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with an European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatic firearms, optics and sound suppressors. Owning the night would be nice too.


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  • BattleshipGrey

    I don’t miss the days of 56k warnings. Thanks for the extra pics. This has me more inspired to make a set on my own someday.

  • Somehow, this isn’t as cool as it used to be.

  • Meowserita

    i don’t particularly like wood furniture on modern guns, but this is pretty all right looking.

    • CA

      Well, this (almost) falls into the catagory of AR-15’s that are “too expensive.” A direct impingement BCM is the max price I would pay for an AR, even if I were rich. Why? Because if you spend like 750 for a mil-spec AR like a Colt 6920, it ends up a tool that you can bang around a bit. Once it’s too pretty, it becomes a safe queen.

      I own a vz-2008 that has the gremlin fix welded onto it. I payed around 600 all together with that custom fix. After sighting in the rifle, the front sight post is to the right a great deal because the FSB is a little crooked. (You can’t tell unless you really look) My point is that this 600 dollar rifle is good-to-go, and I don’t care if I scratch it or abuse it. Same with a Romanian 10/63 with laminate furniture.

  • Jermaine

    So they are painting a wood pattern on metal for the stock? Why not just get a wood furniture kit from any of the smaller companies that have been do this for sometime and are actually using wood?

  • CA

    For those times in a SHTF scenario when you want your ego to be superior to the person shooting back at you.

  • Mr.SATism

    That is so adorable, if this could mount on an airsoft gun, I would totally buy it for my friend