B5 Systems Bravo Buttstock Officially Selected for US Army’s Additional Authorized List for Use on the M4/M4A1 Rifles

B5 Systems Bravo Buttstock Officially Selected for US Army’s Additional Authorized List for Use on the M4/M4A1 Rifles

B5 Systems Bravo Buttstock Officially Selected for US Army’s Additional Authorized List for Use on the M4/M4A1 Rifles

B5 Systems, a leading manufacturer of professional grade firearm accessories proudly announces its Bravo buttstock selected for use on US Army M4/M4a1 rifles. This prestigious designation underscores the exceptional quality and feature points of the Bravo stock, solidifying its position as the go to choice for military and law enforcement professionals. Tested in extreme conditions and passing rugged evaluations the Bravo Stock is proud to carry National Stock Numbers in 2 variants.

(Black) NSN: 1005-01-706-2373

(Tan) NSN: 1005-01-706-2510

“We are honored the US Army has selected the Bravo stock to upgrade the M4/M4a1 rifle,” said Mark Keller, Executive Vice President of B5 Systems. “This selection builds upon our history of supplying the SOPMOD and Collapsible Precision Stock to the military and reaffirms our commitment to providing the highest quality and innovative parts to Americas fighting men and women.”

The Bravo stock offers multiple features and advantages.

The Bravo stock features a superior cheekweld, adjustable length of pull, multiple fixed sling points, over molded limited rotation Quick Disconnect sling mount, color matched hardware, anti-rattle tensioners to optimize fit, and color matched nonslip cushioned buttpad featuring M:4 tool storage.

The selection of the B5 Systems Bravo stock for use on the M4/M4a1 highlights another significant milestone for the company and underscores its reputation and commitment to excellence. B5 Systems is committed to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction, and looks forward to continuing its support of professional end users and prepared citizens alike.

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