CAA Israel, an Israeli developer and manufacturer of variety of accessories for light weapons, presents the "Robostock". It is an extended Glock pistol stock the size of a phone that can be inserted into the pants or jacket pocket and on the belt. The stock opens at the push of a button in three directions: hind leg, front leg and cheek support. It is intended only for Glock models (17, 19, 22, 23 and 34) of generations 3, 4 and 5.
Robostock has several uses: emergency use by pressing a button and connecting the stock to the pistol in less than two seconds and thus achieving firing stability; and use as an accessory to stabilize the shooting at ranges for people who have difficulty shooting with a pistol by connecting the Robostock next to an existing accessory.
The company emphasizes that the 4 cm by 8 cm and 12 mm wide accessory has clear advantages: it is carried on the body like other magazines in a pocket or on a belt so that it is not felt and is not cumbersome in movement; it can be concealed on the body; it can be operated very quickly; and it stabilizes the firing with the pistol and thus achieves more accurate hits in various ranges.
According to Moshe Oz, the owner of the company, the first 3,000 units of the Robostock are currently in production. He said the product is to be marketed all over the world, but mainly to the civilian sector and law enforcement agencies in the United States.
As Israel Defense reported a month ago, after 4 years of internal struggles and legal disputes over ownership of the company and its subsidiaries, a compromise was reached between the parties in which it was agreed that the company would return full ownership to Moshe Oz, including the plant and development center in Kiryat Gat. CAA Israel is the exclusive developer and manufacturer of the "Roni" conversion kit for pistols, and holds the patent for the product.