There was a massive interest when the HERA Arms stock and front grip was released.
To my knowledge HERA had over 12 000 people on the waiting list. It would be interesting to know how many they have sold, almost a year after its release?
The HERA Arms grips can be found here, at HERA’s German homepage. They need to work a little on their spelling (who doesn’t?) but here we go:
Designed for the civilian market as well as the LE/Military, to create one of the most rigid and compact Rifle Systems based on the widely available AR15 Platform. The CQR Riflestock is an easy to install replacement buttstock for Mil-Spec AR15 Rifles using a Mil-Spec (recommended) Carbine Buffertube.
In combination with our CQR Frontgrip, operators will get a lightweight, compact and ergonomic SBR System.
The HERA Arms booth at IWA Nurnberg was pretty scaled down, but they have the majority of their products on display.
Below you can see a series of photos with details of this HERA rifle.
The HERA CQB and CQR are available in Black, Tan and OD Green.
Aimpoint Micro on top, with a raiser and backup sights.
HEAR Arms also offer the CQR stock in a “featureless” configuration, but these pictures were taken in Germany so there’s no need for that. Yet.
The gas tube visible through the handguard.
“Made in Germany”
Detail of the CQR Front grip
What do you say? Did you get one? Are you getting one?