FAB Defense M4 SKS SB Folding & Collapsible Stock
Complete SKS Chassis System With Shock Absorbing M4 Tube & Buttstock
The new FAB Defense SKS Stock Chassis system is a complete solution offering an upgrade for the aging SKS platform, with our proven shock-absorbing system, for mitigating the 7.62 recoil along with a folding & collapsible buttstock system, an integrated magazine release lever and integrated grip and Picatinny rails.
Features and Benefits of the FAB Defense M4 SKS:
- Quad Picatinny rail system- Upper, Lower & two removable side rails
- Folding buttstock - Push-button side-folding mechanism and spring-based locking in the folded position
- Five QD sling swivel sockets
- Large ergonomic pistol grip
- Integrated enhanced magazine release lever
- Durable and lightweight fiberglass reinforced polymer construction
- Weight: 1360gr - 2.99LBS
- Width: 45mm - 1.77"
- Height: 190mm - 7.48"
- Length: 848mm - 33.3858"
- LOP min: 363mm - 14.2913
- LOP max: 405 mm - 15.944
The distinction between inferior quality and premium SKS Stock is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer SKS folding stocks from the most trusted brands like FAB Defense. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Overall, very good
This stock transforms the SKS into a MUCH more modern and usable rifle. There's even a notch in the stock to accommodate the 17" cleaning rod. The only things that I would like to see improved on this stock system are: 1 - For the folding stock to "lock" into the folded position. Currently, it has a "spring" to keep it in the folded position (It DOES lock into place when in use). 2 - The Picatinny rails to be metal. Currently, Picatinny rails are made of plastic, and either molded into the stock system or mounted onto the stock system. For the price, I had assumed that they would be metal. BTW, while pretty obvious from the photos, there is no "slot" cut under the front of the stock system creating a recess the folding bayonet. While it would be nice, cutting such a slot would extend WAY back into where the stock system is molded. AND would eliminate the use of the bottom Picatinny rail. So if having a folding bayonet is important to you, be aware of this. None of these issues were "deal breakers" for me... considering how much the stock system improved the overall rifle.