After nearly a decade of design and engineering advancement, Magpul’s UBR stock has gotten a redesign, as the company continues to storm into 2016.

Maintaining the unique mix of adjustability, strength, and consistent cheek weld, the UBR 2.0 features A5/SR-25 buffer systems compatibility, rotation-limited QD sling mounts, an ASAP QD style receiver end plate, and an improved rubber butt pad profile, while providing significant weight and cost reduction over the original UBR.

The UBR 2.0 is an adjustable stock for the AR-15/M4, designed to offer the same strength and stability as a fixed stock with a consistent and comfortable cheek weld in any position.

An update of the revolutionary Utility/Battle Rifle (UBR) stock, the UBR 2.0 features a fixed cheek piece to provide a consistent cheek weld in any of its 8 positions, and is compatible with Carbine as well as A5-length buffer systems.

Designed to accommodate large bore AR calibers and withstand severe impacts, the UBR 2.0 comes standard with front and rear QD sling attachment points, two footman’s loops, the ergonomic MOE SL angled-toe rubber butt-pad, and customizable storage compartment.

The UBR 2.0 has an MSRP of $199.95 and will be available in the spring of 2016.

For more information on the UBR 2.0 and other products from Magpul, please visit

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