I whole heartedly disagree. First off, unless you have really LONG arms, an A2 stock is too long for a comfortable cheek weld/ shooting position. With a tele-stock, you have adjustable LOP, and can use it with body armor (or heavy clothing) comfortably. Further, if you buy a good tele-stock, such as the Mag-Pul, Vltor, or LMT SOPMOD (which btw offers a BETTER cheekweld than standard IMO), they are just as solid as a standard stock. All this and you can collapse it for easier storage.
Originally posted by David Armstrong
First, get rid of the collapsible stock idea would be my suggestion. The stock makes some sense if you are LE or military and need a little extra room in your vehicle, but the first thing yo do is extend the stock when you get out. For non-LE use, that shouldn\'t be a factor, and the standard A1 or A2 stock will be sturdier and give a better cheekweld. I vote Colt, BTW, but I also have an Olympic Arms PCR that has run perfectly!