Or Canadian buddies over at Cadex have been making cool specialized weapon accessories for a while and this 870 Butt-end is a great example. Made to go on the popular Remington 870, it not only allows the user to use AR style stocks, but allows a quick stock release as well. Breachers are certainly the main customer in mind, however having such an easy stock release is handy for other simple tasks such as more options for storage. The main magic is the piece between the receiver and the stock with the grip and stock needing to be supplied by the customer. Offhand on this setup I show a Hogue grip and AA TI-7 stock.
When back in my hometown for the holidays I found about a small company, Accurate Armory that has actually been around for a bit doing cool things. Although they make many rifle components I wanted to show off their TI-7 M4 type stock. I'm a fan as it is a great balance of a simple and effective layout yet with some very solid unique design features to make it stand out. The overall size is compact with the cheek rests adding some bulk, however I do certainly appreciate them for solid cheek weld.
<www.duostock.com> The DuoStock has been around for a bit, but I haven't seen a whole lot about it on the nets. My buddies at BreachBangClear got one my way as they use and recommended it. From what I hear, people tend to love or hate this thing. I tried my best to be neutral, but I did see examples where people didn't want to try it based on looks alone. I will have to say it does look a bit dated and could use some more rounded edges. In the end however, it functions as advertised. Although it has the basic features most stocks have such as adjustable length and sling attachment points, the big design spotlight is the curved end.