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Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by H2O MAN, Oct 22, 2012.
Winchester kit on a Poly Tech receiver with a TRW bolt
in a Blackfeather RS with the new MBSA, and Magpul SGA.
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The only odd part about that chassis sytem is what they did with the grip, seems like it was a bit off.
It feels & performs right, but it does look odd to some.
Ditto on the Look, but it does feel right! I handled a Rem 870 and a rem 700 that had this design and they both feel great in the hands!
California legal, and perfect for those that do not want a pistol grip.
The MBSA accepts the Magpul SGA butt stock for the Mossberg 500/590/590A1
As of 09/11/2016, the MBSA is included with every Blackfeather "RS" imported into the US.
Available in color matching Black, FDE, and the new GMG - Gun Metal Grey.
An unscientific stock comparison for you to ponder.
As pictured USGI synthetic stock with sling, no cleaning kit.
The synthetic stock & sling weigh 3 lbs. 3 oz.
BF-RS with MBSA, + 4 spacers, + 3 accessory rails & rail covers.
The Blackfeather weighs 3 lbs. 12 oz.
Strip the pictured Blackfeather down to it's basic form, and I'm sure it's slightly lighter than your typical synthetic stock. Tension bedding, draw down adjustability, ergonomic grip with room for my pinky finger (easy on the wrist), plus changeable LOP & comb height, and optional accessory rails without a weight penalty.
The sight picture with iron sights is the same in both stocks.
The SGA/MBSA weight is 1 lb. 12.6 oz. This includes all 4 LOP spacers, and the highest riser made.
The CTR/HBA weight is 1 lb. 9.5 oz. This includes a thick rubber recoil pad, and a lightweight Ergo grip.
New Color - Gun Metal Grey (GMG)
A small write up on the Blackfeather RS can be found in the June 2017 issue of American Rifleman magazine.
Where Can I Get ... A Modern Stock Upgrade For M14/M1A-style Rifles
H20 MAN, I'd love to learn more about this. Sending you a private message so I dont clutter up the thread.
Will this stock work with the Ultimak rail system?
No, Blackfeather has a much lighter a cooler running hand guard called the SHG. It's pictured on the rifle above.