by American Rifleman Staff - Monday, October 30, 2017
The German-engineered, CQR Featureless Stock from Hera Arms is a reinforced-polymer replacement for AR-15-type rifles that relinquishes the traditional grip, resulting in a one-piece configuration that is California-legal. The thumbhole on the CQR Featureless has been blocked by a removable section of machined aluminum. The stock requires a mil-spec carbine buffer tube for installation. Bilateral push-button sling sockets and nylon-web attachment points are provided, as well as a section of Picatinny-style rail for attachment of a user-supplied monopod or accessory. Overall length is 12", and the unit weighs 17 ozs. Price: $124. Contact: Hera USA; (801) 878-4880; hera-usa.com.
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