The JTS Airacuda is one of the best value airguns on the market. Boasting only wood and metal (barring o-rings), in it’s construction, I hesitated to make a polymer stock for it. But alas, the customer gets what the customer wants. While the traditional wood stock is very nice, it doesn’t provide all of the features and flexibility of a tactical rig. This kit weighs a few ounces less, yet includes an adjustable stock, AR compatible grip adapter, and a handguard that will mount virtually any accessory on the market.
This kit is not compatible with the MAX. I am designing one for that model as well. Stay tuned for that.
- Use a 5mm allen wrench to remove the OEM wood stock. The stock screw is directly below the power adjustment knob. Set that screw aside. It will be reused.
- Ensure that the 1/4 inch nut is fully seated in the new grip adapter. Align with airgun and install using the same screw and threaded hole.
- There is a long 1/4 inch bolt that passes through the stock tube and screws into the inset nut in the grip adapter. Align the stock tube with the detent rib facing downward. Use a 7/16 inch socket with extension to screw the bolt into the inset nut. Tighten until snug. It has a lock washer under the head that will keep it from backing out with use.
- To install the handguard you will need to remove the OEM fill cap and barrel band. The barrel band screw will need to be removed with a 2.5mm allen.
- Once the OEM fill cap and barrel band are removed you can slide the handguard or handguards on. If you notice the barrel shroud shifting upwards as the handguard is slid on, you may need to use a round file or sandpaper to remove material from the handguard and properly bed the barrel shroud. Once the handguard(s) is in position tighten the cap screws with a 2.5mm allen wrench. Be careful not to overtighten.
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