MBX Extreme – Magpul CTR Stock Extension “Fang”

    When I first had a quick look at the MBX “Fang” I thought it was a monopod, like the Accu-Shot, and thought why didn’t they make it adjustable? How do I go prone with this on my rifle?

    I continued reading and while I still have a lot of doubts as if my shooting could benefit from this upgrade (i.e. shoot faster, better and climb the podium) I have to admit that this is not only a solution looking for a problem. It may actually help, at least in some occasions.

    MBX Extreme do a lot of shooting accessories and TFB has covered their offset C More mount before, which is another “strange” product.

    The MBX “Fang” is designed for the Magpul CTR stock and it’s primarily designed for people who race their Pistol Carbines. It will give you a deeper contact point shoulder vs. rifle and it will bring your head up.

    Below: Red, Black or Blue.

    In terms of recoil control, well a pistol carbine doesn’t have much recoil. I’m rather thinking it could help me keeping the stock to my shoulder as I reload or run from a target to another.

    This could work for Mini Rifle (.22LR) in IPSC too. There’s no recoil and there’s a lot of very fast shooting in Mini Rifle. However, it might be that it’s not allowed to remove the “fang” during the competition. Once it’s on it has to stay on, and then you can’t go prone any longer.

    Above: Yes, that looks like a weapon on a weapon.

    The New MBX “Fang” extends the factory Butt Stock to allow for deeper and more stable contact with the shoulder pocket. Other benefits includes greater recoil control and added stability when reloading along with a raise stance when used in conjunction with MBX offset C-More mounts.


    You can see how it works in the video below:

    The “Fang” is just 39,90 USD and you can find it here.

    What do you say about the MBX “Fang”?

    I’m still wondering, how do I go prone with it? Is this a product you would consider?

    Eric B

    Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6×6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.