Reptilia Corp has a strong firearms industry pedigree, with some of their personnel carrying prior brand affiliations from a number of the top names in the business, such as Magpul and Crye Precision. They produce a spectrum of weapon accessories for a variety of platforms, including AR-15s, precision rifles, and more. In particular, they are probably best known for their optics mount components and integral M-LOK weapon light bodies. Now they’ve introduced a new buttstock for the AR-15 platform, named the RECC•E Carbine Stock. Check out the RECC•E’s official product description below.
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RECC•E™ CARBINE STOCK
Introducing the RECC·E™ Carbine Stock by Reptilia®! After more than two years of development and testing, Reptilia is proud to announce the RECC·E Stock for AR15/M16 and AR10/SR25 pattern rifles. Designed at the request of a military end user, the RECC·E Stock features a constant cheek weld, ambidextrous QD sling attachment points, rubber buttpad, and a modular design that allows usage of a standard AR15 carbine buffer system, or A5/SR25 carbine buffer system by replacing the receiver extension (buffer tube) and forward portion of the stock. Weighing only 12.0 ounces including the proprietary AR15-length receiver extension, the RECC·E stock is the ideal lightweight solution for the entire spectrum of AR-pattern guns from compact to precision.
Initial runs of AR15-length RECC·E Stocks will be limited to our OEM partners and available exclusively through RSR Group for dealers. We will be selling some direct so join the waitlist now to be the first to know when it is available to purchase!
Includes our proprietary carbine length receiver extension “buffer tube” and all mounting hardware.
AR10/SR25 RECC·E Stocks will be available in Q2 2023
With a $159.95 MSRP, the first run of RECC•E stocks are shipping to dealers and OEM partners now, with a waitlist also available on Reptilia’s website as of the time of this writing. You may have noted above that large-frame ARs are not being left out, with an AR-10/SR25 version due next year as well. What do you think, readers? Does this new stock option appeal to you? Why or why not? Does it bring anything new and different enough to the table, or does it seem to improve upon existing options substantively enough for you to justify ordering one? Do you like the looks? Do you plan to buy one? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! See you at the range.