Our wood stocks are the first adjustable wood stocks for the AR-15 platform. Each stock is first CNC cut to ensure a perfect fit to the Strike Industries mounting hardware. Each stock is then shaped, sanded and sealed by hand. This combination of man and machine production enables the highest level of precision with an unbeatable hand finish.
Our finishing process highlights the natural grain and color of the wood while protecting it from wear and damage. This ensures that our stocks will perform to the modern sportsman/woman’s standards and hold their classic look.
About The Wood
English Walnut is a classic hardwood that has been used in firearms production for centuries. Its colors range from blonde to dark brown with most pieces having little color variation. The Wood Database rates its Janka Hardness at 1,220 lb.
No two pieces of lumber are alike and neither are our stocks. We take pride in the unique patterns and colors found in each of our stocks and know that you'll love the way the wood complements your firearm. Please note therefore, that the pieces you receive may not look exactly like those shown in the images.
About Our Collections
Every piece of wood we use is unique. However, to help ensure that the furniture on your rifle provides a uniform aesthetic, we do our best to match all wood furniture pieces within the same wood type. For example, you can rest assured that our Walnut Stock, Grip and Rail Panels will all look great together on your weapon.
PDW Stock Installation:
NOTE: Use included instructions with pictures as an additional reference for installation.
1. Remove upper receiver and lay lower receiver flat. Ensure to retrieve all springs, takedown pins and buffer detent.
2. Place stock assembly against the rear of the lower receiver with the notch on the front of the stock fitting into the recessed area on the back of the lower receiver capturing takedown pin spring.
3. Loosen the extended castle nut and then screw the buffer tube into the lower receiver. Once the buffer tube contacts the buffer detent, depress the detent and screw the buffer tube in until it is engaged by the buffer detent.
OPTIONAL: Apply a small amount of thread lock on the castle nut threads before tightening.
4. Tighten the extended castle nut, securing the stock to the lower.
5. Insert buffer spring and buffer into the stock capturing it in the tube with the buffer detent.
6. Insert buffer spring and buffer into the buffer tube with buffer toward the open end of the buffer tube.
7. Reassemble rifle and check all functions before firing.
Care and Maintenance
Your stock is hand sealed with multiple layers of penetrating sealant. After heavy long term use, wipe on a coat or two of boiled linseed oil to protect the surface and preserve the wood.
Examples of how others have used our components on their rifles.
Build and photos and Jace.
Rifle by Mike. Photos by Zero7One.