How many carbines/rifles do you see with either a Magpul stock, or a SOPMOD stock? Almost all of them. That’s why I always like seeing things that are different that maybe able to shake things up a little bit to spur some good ol’ fashioned American competition. This new Roger’s Super Stock caught my eye for that reason.
At first glance the Roger’s Super Stock looks like a beefed up Magpul CTR, but not that the CTR needs much beefing up. The Roger’s Super Stock is made out of high grade polymer and just like the Magpul CTR, it features a locking system to minimize the stock shifting, it also features an attachment point for a QD swivel sling. Some differences would be the bottom of the stock where it looks like there are finger grooves molded in and up top there’s a loop for attaching a sling. Also, the angle of the butt stock seems to be a little more acute than other stocks out there. The best features that the Roger’s Super Stock offers though, has to be that it can be installed on a mil-spec or commercial spec buffer tube.
If its as durable as it is good looking, then the Roger’s Super Stock could be a great alternative to the stocks we’re used to seeing. This new stocks sells for around $80 bucks making it an easily obtainable upgrade. If any Gunblog.com readers have handled the new stock, be sure to let us know how it is in the comments section below.