Hera Arms already developed the Hera CQR classic stock. Now the manufacturer introduces a new generation – the CQR Gen. 2 stock. The new generation combines functionality and design, because the ergonomically shaped grips allow shooters with almost any hand size to look forward to a comfortable shooting experience. The design of the adjustable buttstock also allows length adjustment for different arm lengths. The CQR Gen. 2 is also equipped with QD lugs for attaching sling swivels with ball bearing systems and is available in three standard colors: black, sand and OD green.
The new CQR Gen. 2 set fits the AR-15 / M4 rifle platform.
Hera Arms also relies on "Made in Germany" for the new CQR Gen. 2 series, because as before, all polymer products are manufactured in the company's own injection molds in Lower Franconia. The products are made of high-quality impact-modified, fiberglass-reinforced polymer. The thumbhole fixed buttstock as well as the foregrip are manufactured according to MIL-SPEC standards. In addition, the foregrips can be mounted on standard Picatinny rails. The foregrips are available for 39 euro (MSRP) and the buttstock for 139 euro (MSRP) in specialized shops.
Polymer parts from Germany – One of Hera Arms' specialties
Another new product announced by Hera Arms is the H7 magazine in .308 Winchester caliber for AICS-style rifles. This rounds off Hera's product range based on the successful H7 platform. The magazines, made of fiberglass-reinforced and impact-modified polymer, are available in black, green and sand and can be used in all types of rifles based on the widely used AICS standard. The magazine has a capacity of 5 rounds and is available for 34.90 euros in specialized stores.
For more info such as data sheets and a manual on the CQR Gen. 2 please follow this direct link to the Hera-Arms website.