G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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by A. BIGBY Date Added: Friday 29 October, 2010
For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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It's time to lay down some truth, since people seem to be insanely incompetent. I apologize for the caps, but as people tend to skim reviews, they need to see some points.

First off, this crane stock does it's job effectively and it feels and looks nice. The side 'wings' where the battery goes, like the real after market stock it's modeled after, gives wonderful cheek weld.

As long as you fit your wiring properly, there is no trouble with full range of retraction.

The 'wobble' as is often described, is very slight, and is that way to ensure you can actually slide the stock. It does not cause any trouble in use and is rock solid when against you. And, REAL GUN STOCKS WOBBLE. They do. It's true, they are THE SAME WAY.

Now, people, I hate to let you know, REAL STOCKS ARE PLASTIC. On real guns. Really. Get over it.

And finally, the big gripe on the G4 reviews. Getting the buttplate off to put a battery in. Take a few seconds to actually look at the thing. There are two turning sections on the forward end of the stock, if you remove the stock from the buffer tube, you can turn these (dont push or pull when turning, you have to line up the slots, same with when trying to close them, watch out or you will think it's stuck). Oh my god, viola! You can slide your battery right in and attach the wires, make sure everything is where it needs to be to prevent pinching, and slide the stock back on. Super easy, no pain. I repeat

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TAKE THE BUTTPLATE OFF to install a battery. Use your head.

Comfortable; great cheek weld.

Very solid poly plastic.

Great for rear wired guns to keep a lean gun look.


Have to be careful with the wiring when putting the stock on, otherwise you can get pinching and it wont retract completely. This, however, is just the nature of fitting wires down a buffer tube.
by K. HAYASHI Date Added: Saturday 18 September, 2010
For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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Before I say anything else, let me say this: You get what you pay for. It holds the battery and makes sure it is secure inside the gun. It is easy to use and easy to adjust. Also it looks nice and has a good feel and finish.The cons however, out weigh the pros, the battery compartment is almost impossible to do the first time, but slowly gets easier. ( I would suggest lubing up the two push things that allow access to the battery compartment.) The stock loses its position sometimes and also isn't too durable. Lastly the stock is wobbly, but this is a common problem for le and crane stocks. Overall three stars because it does it's job,and its only $40 bucks, but isn't the greatest thing out there. Somethings I did not include here are in the pros and cons section.

Nice finish and look
Easy to use and adjust
Does it's job
Comfortable check rest

A pain to put the battery in, gets easier later on.
Not the most durable
Loses its position sometimes
by S. CHRISTENSEN Date Added: Friday 16 April, 2010
For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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This stock fails so much. In comparison to the CA crane stock it is horrible. The knobs and the size of the battery compartments on the side are way too small. The plate in the back breaks with little use. Plus it can only fit smaller crane stock batteries. Not to mention its slope on the sides is way too steep. Just spend the extra money for the CA one. I love mine.


by L. MARTIN Date Added: Saturday 13 March, 2010
For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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i was looking at these other reviews, and i have this stock and i also realized all of these problems could have been solved with research.
first of all, its the same as a G&P stock, which are meant for the battery to go in through the back, if you take the crane stock off and twist the little tab things near the buffer tube inwards, they come off and a battery will go in easier that way, takes a little trial and error, but once you get it right, this crane stock does its job and is one of the cheapest on the market. secondly, 10.8 are pretty uncommon crane stock batteries i think G&P is the only company that makes them, so i guess this stock inside may be a little different than the G&P, but i use an intellect 9.6 and it fits fine, 9.6 make up the majority of crane stock batteries anyways.

does its job
modest price

alot of people dont get it
gotta put the battery in through the back
by L. CAMPE Date Added: Friday 09 April, 2010
For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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First off, dont listen to the other reviews. They are acessing the battery compartment wrong. Which is causing them to break it.
Second, this stock is amazing. Very sturdy and absolutely zero wobble. My gun is wired to the back and i can easily fit a 9.6v 1600mAh nunchuck battery. With the battery all the way pushed back it has about an inch and a half- two inches of give.(Room for bigger battery)
Third, to remove this stock you must retract the stock all the way. Then pull down on the lever directly above the knob, and pull back. It slides off perfectly and then you simply remove the little tabs and slide your nunchuck/crane stock battery in their respective holes.

-No wobble
-light weight
-fairly cheap
-holds battery while keeping the gun from being back-heavy

-must be smarter than the stock and not remove the weakest part of the stock regularly to insert your battery.(Above method is much simpler and prolongs the life of this stock)
by M. ANDREWS Date Added: Tuesday 16 February, 2010
For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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This was the crane stock that came on my g4-a1 carbine earlier today. first impression was good, but then the problems started to arise. The 10.8v battery i bought can't fit in this crane stock. then when removing the butt plat to try the battery again the tabs broke because they were so stiff that to much pressure had to be applied before the butt plate could be removed. Although it's sturdy these few flaws have made it so it broke before i could even shoot my new gun. (the part that broke was one of the tabs to open the crane stock.

-feels comfortable

-too small
-low quality plastic (on the tabs)
-breaks easier than it opens
by K. HIGGINS verified buyer Date Added: Wednesday 13 January, 2010
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For: G&G Crane Stock with M4/M16 Buffer Tube
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GET THE ECHO! This is the exact same stock as the echo 1 for the same price except this has a fatal flaw, there is no canal drilled to run the wires. The echo has a canal in the buffer tube where as I have to drill my own. MAJOR pain in the ass, and the back plate broke because of the amount of pressure it took to remove it.

QD adapter

no wiring canal
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