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MULE Adaptive Storage Stock – Because Your Carbine Should Be Able To Carry Concealed Too

Yes, it’s real.


35 Responses to “MULE Adaptive Storage Stock – Because Your Carbine Should Be Able To Carry Concealed Too”

  1. Erik says:

    Why bring 1 gun to a fight when you can bring 6? Seriously, if that thing ND’s….

  2. Colin says:

    I have been dragging my feet on upgrading to a MOE stock, but I guess its a free market, if they can dream it someone will buy it.

  3. Josh says:


  4. Fly on the Wall says:

    By day, an ordinary 5.56mm Stoner-pattern carbine. At night, I become Agent J!

  5. BAP45 says:

    Anyone remember Moe the bartenders 5 gun upgrade? Remindes me of that
    (hope that link opens)

    • Hank says:

      It would be the perfect gun for hunting today’s modern super animinals… Like the flying squirrel, or the electric eel

  6. Chance says:

    Actually, that might not be a bad idea for home defense. Especially if it’s a bump-in-the-night, grab-something-quick type of situation. Hard to strap a secondary to your tighty-whities, although I’m sure someone has tried.

    • Nick C says:

      If you have to bring multiple fully loaded firearms into a “bump-in-the-night” situation you should probably be investing in some range time.

  7. fingerfish says:


  8. defensor fortismo says:

    I guess it could be handy for transitions, but then, so could this revolutionary new device I’ve heard about called a holster.

  9. Ed Hickey says:

    a NY thing!

  10. Paul says:

    The first thing you see when you visit their website is a mule’s ass.

  11. Greg says:

    Interesting way to make your rifle heavier.

  12. serpenthammer says:

    Another tactical solution still searching for a problem.

  13. Dellis says:

    This is a badass idea…..cause inside the grip of my pistol I have bored out just enough room with my Dremel tool to fit the infamous “Noisy Cricket”. So I have a back up for my back up!

  14. The videos did not disappoint,
    First demo….finger straight to trigger, and “tenderizer” on bottom corner for comfort

    • T.H says:

      And check out the “flight test”… that is some very sophisticated and technical testing being done right there. Notice the “safety” on the pistol compartment failed each time.

  15. TexasKrypteia says:

    Way to represent, Kentucky. Why don’t the long gun and pistol have bayonets?

  16. SGT Rock says:

    MULE Adaptive Storage Stock = MULE ASS

  17. Lightfighter says:

    Good for ‘interesting’ but not speedy transitions ….

  18. Joe says:

    I want one that poops a grenade. You know, in case shit.

  19. orly? says:

    Only good for that Zombie outbreak scenario.

    When you find that friend that needs a gun to cover your ass.

  20. mark says:

    This looks like the perfect compliment to the detachable Brass Knuckle Foregrip:

  21. Darrel says:

    I need one that fits my salient arms G17 with Trijicon Reflex and Surefire x300V