UTG Introduces PRO S2 Recon Stock & Assembly

Nathan S
by Nathan S

UTG/Leapers has released their PRO S2 Recon stock and assembly. The new S2 is made in the USA. The new S2 is a slimmer and lighter version of the full-size S1 stock released not long ago. Compatible with MIL-Spec buffer tubes, the stock is capable of a 7.5″ Length of Pull when collapsed and is compatible with all positions on the buffer tube.

Interestingly, the stock features an angled front to provide a seamless look for the MSR when in the fully collapsed position. It also features ambi sling loops and Q/D cups.

In my opinion the most attractive part of the stock is the price. Retail is just $36.97 or $69.97 for a completed assembly including end plate, castle nut, buffer tube, spring, and buffer. This a strong price competing with similar low-cost options from Magpul and others.

Full Press Release Below:

UTG PRO US Made Mil-spec S2 Recon Stock & Assembly

Customers agree that UTG PRO’s US Made rifle stocks are among the finest in the industry. The absence of injection molding pin marks or rough edges, along with tight tolerance controls and appealing overall design leave little room for further wants.

After the recent successful launch of the S1 full size stock, UTG PRO has created the new S2 Recon version, a lighter and slimmer alternative. Designed to improve handling while combating fatigue, the S2 Recon is the epitome of a sturdy, lightweight, and durable modern AR stock.

Although originally designed for AR type carbines, the S2 Recon makes for an equally impressive stock on modified AKs or other long guns that use a Mil-spec 6 position extension tube. Despite its slim profile, the slanted cheek rest is still kept intact for the S2 and provides a comfortable cheek weld that promotes a consistent shouldering of the firearm.

The S2 Recon has an extended 7.5″ length of pull (LOP) fully collapsed and can accommodate just about everyone’s preferred LOP when adjusted anywhere along the 6 position extension tube. While still remaining slim and lightweight, the S2 features an ergonomically chamfered rubberized butt pad with a heavy duty pattern for maximum traction control. An integral ambidextrous standard sling loop and a reversible QD sling swivel housing provide attachment points for single or multi-point slings. The 6 position adjustment latch is based off of the Mil-spec standard providing an easy transition for those who were trained on using Mil-spec AR configurations previously. Manipulation of the latch will feel right at home.

Just like its bigger cousin the S1, the S2’s angled front allows it to sit flush with the lower receiver when fully collapsed for a very streamlined integral look and feel. The excellent fit and finish of the S2 Recon is inherently a direct result of UTG PRO’s advanced tolerance control procedures and state-of-the-art RoboShot injection molding machinery, along with our forever lasting attention to detail. The S2 Recon is offered as an assembly kit (RBUS2BM) that includes the stock, Mil-spec 6 position extension tube, recoil buffer, buffer spring, tear drop ring and castle nut, and is also available as a standalone stock (RBUS2BMS).

RBUS2BM: $69.97 MSRP

Visit our company website, www.leapers.com, check us out on Facebook, or drop us a line at 734-542-1500, for up-to-date product information and release dates on our continually expanding product lines, ranging from our Michigan born UTG PRO Made in USA rail systems, stocks and mounts, extensive line of flashlights and lasers, parts and accessories, to our popular gun cases and other soft goods.

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Nathan S
Nathan S

One of TFB's resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR's, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.

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