There is a new AR-15 buttstock on the market – the TI-7 from Tactical Intent. It appears to combine features from several successful stocks that are already on the market with a dash of its own unique elements.
The TI-7 has integrated storage compartments for battery storage. These tubes are placed in such a way that they enhance the cheek weld of the user. The adjustment lever is shielded from accidental contact. There are plenty of sling attachment points including a QD sling swivel receptacle.
One of the more interesting features to me, may seem mundane to others. The shoulder pad actually curls down under the toe of the stock. I use the toe of the stock to pivot the rifle up from low ready so this shape looks like it would be very functional.
The TI-7 is available for mil-spec and commercial diameter receiver extensions (buffer tubes). It is available in flat dark earth, foliage green, and black.
Interesting – stock market is pretty crowded. Surprised that it didn’t make the SHOT Show pictures.
90 bucks via Amazon and free shipping. These new entrants have to fight against and differentiate from the established known brands like Magpul. I see the LMT SOPMOD stock traits there as well as MOE Stock.
A comparison chart on dimensions would help the post though I know it may be a pain to get all that info.
I see all the same influences Bill.
I’ll see what I can find about the dimensions.
To some extent, there isn’t a whole lot of variance in stocks for size dimensions but some people put weight and how tight it locks up as a deciding factor.