New: Magpul PRS Lite Stock

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posted on January 15, 2021
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New from Magpul is the PRS Lite stock (MSRP: $119.95), which provides similar adjustability and features of the PRS Gen3 stock, but with reduced weight and a lower price.

Magpul PRS Lite stock
Magpul PRS Lite stock ($119.95).


Coming in at 18.2 ounces (10 ounces lighter than the PRS Gen3), the PRS Lite sheds weight with a polymer and metal construction. It provides an optimized shooter interface, with 0.8 inches of comb height and 1.4 inches of length-of-pull adjustments for carbine/SR25/A5 extension tubes for .223 Rem. and .308 Win. receiver-pattern rifles. 

Sporting a low-profile rubber butt-pad adjustable for height and cant, this lightweight precision stock provides a stable interface with a shooter’s shoulder.

As for slings, there are multiple attachment options, including an ambidextrous 1.25-inch footman’s loop, a reversible quick-detach sling swivel cup, along with space for another optional QD sling swivel cup.

The new Magpul PRS Lite stock comes in the following colors: black, FDE and ODG. Learn more at Magpul.com.


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