Mission First Tactical Battlelink Utility Stock Review

Mission First Tactical Battlelink Utility Stock Review

So you’re building a rifle; your palms are sweaty and you’re fumbling the mouse like Brett Favre on game night. You’re going for a particular "feel" for your gun and don’t want to throw the biggest name parts on there just because everyone has them. This is exactly what I went through when I started my Sig M 400 build and Mission First Tactical stood out over every other brand.

So let’s get this straight, we are reviewing a stock, Mission First Tactical’s BUS Battlelink Utility Stock… and to further clarify, I murder paper for a full-time hobby. This gun will never be in the dirt, it will be in a range bag in a closet protecting my boxers and zombie targets. There are a ton of applications that Mission First Tactical has designed this stock for that are outside of anything I will ever need, so today we bring up the strong points for fellow paper murderers.

We are not comparing this stock to others in this review but lets point out a few things:

  • This stock has an MSRP of $129.99 but it can be found as a sub-$100 stock with a quick Google search.
  • This stock has a big meaty recoil pad on it. There are manufacturers that will charge you extra for a bigger, shinier recoil pad but the larger pad is included with the Battlelink.
  • The storage space in this thing is untouchable. I could store my first born child in this stock… well, more like a 6 pack of AA batteries and a small package of silica
  • This stock is also a really modular platform, allowing you to attach a ton of accessories to it that can be found on their website.

The angle. I’m going to give this it’s own paragraph for two reasons; the first is that I’m not a professional writer and like breaking rules, the second is to point out how much I like this really small detail. The most noticeable difference between this stock and others I’ve used (outside of this one being the most comfortable), is the angle at the back of the Battlelink. There are other companies that do this as well but I’m pretty sure Mission First Tactical has the most aggressive that I have seen. It is made for easier/quicker target acquisition when rolling the gun over armor, and it does the same thing for kicking that zombie paper’s ass. When going from a rested position to shooting position this helps get the gun on your shoulder quick and on target even quicker.

In summary… www.missionfirsttactical.com. Check them out now… Good products at a good price with outstanding quality and a modular platform that will last as long as your rifle!