Trinity Force Omega Stock + other parts review – Best budget AR 1…



In this video we review some parts from a company not giving up on the 2A fight in CA, specifically their Omega Stock. Trinity Force is a manufacturer of quality, affordable AR parts located in southern CA.

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7 thoughts on “Trinity Force Omega Stock + other parts review – Best budget AR 1…”

  1. There is an allen screw on each side that tightens against the buffer tube on the version I got from parts4myar.com can't tell if yours has them. It stops the wiggles.

  2. Just got the same one in dark tan for my rugger 556 hope it fits.it says for ruger on ebay .223 5.56 mil-spec A fram it should fit ?

  3. So I bought this stock kit. $26 or so shipped from OP. Good deal, but I finally tested this yesterday on a budget build. The “carbine” spring is actually about 3-4 coils longer than any other “carbine” spring I have. Therefore, the bolt was not cycling correctly. Went through various lowers / bolts ect while out on the range. finally decided to check the spring when I noticed a significant difference. Just those few extra coils was not letting it cycle. Seems like no one else has had this issue??

  4. Thanks for the video! I just received my stock and was trying to figure out how to remove the stock from the tube.

  5. Good video. I have this stock and was wondering how to remove it! I figured the block had something to do with it.

  6. Nice review ! this stock is on my list for a budget 7.62×39 build i'm working on. thanks for the feed back!

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