Preview: MFT Battlelink Aluminum Minimalist Stock |

In the broad AR-15 accessory market, Mission First Tactical has made a name for itself for making a number of enhancements to America’s most popular rifle. One of the company’s standout designs is the Battlelink Minimalist Stem, a collapsible design made from injection molded polymer. Now there is a new version of the Battlelink Minimalist shaft, which is made of aluminum and comes with a few highlights.

Mission First Tactical’s use of 6061-T6 aluminum in the construction of this Battlelink Minimalist stock offers a number of benefits. Obviously, the durability of the aluminum construction is higher compared to polymer, but the use of aluminum makes this shaft more versatile and adaptable than its injection molded cousin. The shaft has custom accessory mounts and interchangeable butt plates are available so you can customize the shaft to suit your preferences and needs. In addition, the design even includes a custom loop configuration.

Designed to work with Mil-Spec buffer tubes, the MFT Battlelink Aluminum Minimalist stock directly replaces any Mil-Spec stock you have on your rifle and features a checkered pad that locks the design in place when you do Position your gun to fire. There’s a generous area for solid cheek welds, as well as quick-detachable loop attachment points for left- and right-handed users. There is also a mounting point that is compatible with single point slings so you can find the sling configuration that works best.

The Mission First Tactical Battlelink Aluminum Minimalist shaft is 5.13 “high, 1.465” wide, and 6.8 “long. The total weight of this all-aluminum design is 8.8 oz. The suggested retail price for the design is $ 179.99. Visit for more information.

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