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Not being operators, we haven’t encountered the problems involved while trying to aim a SCAR, MP5 or HK G36 while wearing a helmet. But you can see how that might be a problem while shouldering a rifle as a club-wielding Antifa formation moves your way. Fear not, though, because Wales-based BCB International has a solution.

Their new FRAMM stock not only folds to the side but also allows for up or down adjustment to clear a shielded helmet and give the user a clear view of a target. The FRAMM is due to be rolled out next week at a London trade show and there’s no word yet on cost or availability. Here’s their press release . . .

A versatile rifle stock that enables operatives to discharge their firearms while wearing a ballistic helmet with the visor fully lowered will be launched for the first time at the world’s leading Defence and Security Trade event, DSEI (ExCel, London) on Wednesday, 13th September.

163 year old Cardiff-based survival equipment manufacturers, BCB International Ltd, will be exhibiting on their stand (N5-200) the FRAMM®, an adjustable and foldable stock that allows firearms officers to comfortably discharge their firearms in all firing positions.

BCB International’s International Sales Officer, Ben Simmons, said: “The FRAMM® is good news for soldiers and security professionals.  It is compatible with most in service firearms. Its rubberized non-slip stock pad maximizes comfort and firing stability.  It also offers nine position settings to conform to any body and ballistic visor shapes.  The FRAMM® is the stock to fit all their mission requirements.”

The FRAMM® is compatible with the following firearms: FN HERSTAL-SCAR, HK-MP5 A2, BERETTA-ARX 160, HK-MP5K-PDW, HK-G36, B&T-40×46, REMINGTON-ACR, CZ-805 A1 BREN, SIG SAUER-550/551.., B&T-APC556, HK-UMP.

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  1. When I first saw the picture, I thought that thing was totally stupid and useless. Then I read the bit about enabling people to “shoulder” and shoot with a helmet and full-face shield: that is actually a pretty neat idea.

    • They’re much a standard option on any long gun sold to European LEOs from what I’ve seen. The adjustableness is pretty cool and new though.

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