DS Arms announces FAL B.R.S. Battle Rifle Stock is now shipping (PHOTOS)

The FAL B.R.S. Battle Rifle Stock is designed to work with PARA rifle configurations. (Photo: DS Arms)

DS Arms says after several years in development, its new FAL B.R.S. Battle Rifle Stock is finally set to hit the mean streets as the stock is now officially shipping.

Based on the FAL platform and working alongside DS Arms’ PARA rifle, the B.R.S. stock expands the level of adjustment and functionality while adding a greater level of durability to the design. Created from high impact glass filled reinforced polymer and metal, the stock is meant to withstand greater abuse and wear and tear.

The B.R.S. offers an adjustable cheek riser as well as seven length of pull adjustments. (Photo: DS Arms)

Folding on the right side of a rifle, the B.R.S. allows users to continue firing their long gun even while in the folded configuration. The side folding actuation button is placed on the bottom of the stock, allowing for ambidextrous use, and locks into the side of a polymer over-molded steel plate.

Adjustment wise, the stock offers both cheek-piece adjustments — without tools — as well as seven length of pull positions. Outfitted with several sling placement options, the rifle delivers two reversible QD sling pockets, left QD sling pocket and standard sling loop.

Designed specifically for PARA rifle configurations, the B.R.S. is available in black with a MSRP of $274.

The stock folds to the right allowing users to continue firing even when in a folded state. (Photo: DS Arms)

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