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Duostock Stock
Duostock Stock
Duostock Stock

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Product Code: DUO.101



Duostock Stock

The patented Tactical DuostockŪ is a modification to the stock of a rifle or shotgun for the specific use in Close Quarters Battle (CQB).

It consists of an upper and lower surface for the absorption of recoil. The upper surface is the same as any other long weapon.  The lower surface is specially angled to ride on the upper chest with the use of body armor. The bottom of the stock is rounded and allows smooth targeting of the weapon.

This makes for a more stable, consistent shooting platform with the sights and barrel close to the line of sight. This results in increased comfort, speed, and accuracy in any shooting position.


  • Designed for CQB
  • Quick installation  (due to differences in commercial tube tolerances, the universal model may require some fitting)
  • Consistent shooting platform
  • Increased comfort, speed, and accuracy
  • Duostock design
  • 21st century black polycarbonate construction makes it nearly indestructible
  • Reinforced at stress points for added strength metal components are hardened steel/corrosion resistant
  • Aggressive checkering on contact surfaces to minimize slippage
  • Lifetime, no questions - replacement warranty
  • Made in America!
  • US patent # 6,925,743 b1

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2.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a Review

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Poor Concept December 7, 2015
Reviewer: Dan from NC United States  
The M16 AR type family has been operational since the 60's and done a fine job with the OE fixed and more modern collapsible stock for the M4. After six years military service and FLEO service I never needed a special stock to make me a more effective shooter. That requires the right training, practice, practice, and more practice. This piece of crap is hideous and adds bulk.

A stock design does not make one an expert shooter. A well trained rifleman can shoot 1 MOA with OE and proper training. As a former FLEO years of experience does not make one an expert. No one I know in the military or LE community uses this gear in their kit. I'll stick to my B5.

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  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
For those who really USE their equipment... October 7, 2015
Reviewer: ndrzdad@gmail.com from Denver, CO United States  
Others here have opined their opinion...I'll give you my EXPERIENCE...
I have well over 30 years of street law enforcement, 4 downrange combat tours, am a Double Distinguished Marksman, and have years as a top level marksmanship instructor.
I don't care whether a piece of equipment looks "cool" or "crappy". The only thing that matters is if it ALWAYS works and it is durable.
This stock works GREAT. The lower portion of the stock fits in the lower part of the shoulder while on patrol or in the "low-ready" position. The stock rolls up into full contact position as the rifle is raised. The sighting system comes to eye level as the stock us fully seated in the  shoulder. You don't lower head to sight, it comes to you. I've shot from about any and every possible position, and stock always works fine. I have fired thousands of rounds and NEVER had any type of failure due to the stock recoil as one rater suggested. Pure BS as it relates to this stock.
This if a fine and very durable Stock

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  2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Poor Choice for Control and Comfort February 9, 2011
Reviewer: Andy from Minneapolis, MN United States  
This stock appears to be a good idea, but when you evaluate how recoil of an AR operates in a linear motion, you begin to realize that it's a bad idea to lower the point where the stock contacts the shoulder.  Instead of having the recoil pushing directly back into like what would happen with a regular stock, this stock turns the lower contact portion into an axis/pivot point.  This then caused the stock to rely on your cheek weld to stabilize and control the recoil, which is not comfortable.  The rifle becomes harder to control, especially under the rapid fire you would find in the CQB environments that this was supposedly made for.  Further, the stock will slide down as you hold the rifle, giving a poor base of stability.  It also requires you to put the rifle in the crutch or your shoulder at the joint instead of a more inward position like many people do for CQB/rapid engagement shooting.  If you hold it in a more inner position, the stock will dig into your clavicle.

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