What is the Easiest VR Gunstock to Use ?

Hey there, Did you catch Bringhurst VR's latest review on the OneStock? We did, and we're here to give you the brief on his review.

Bringhurst kicks things off by praising the OneStock's simplicity straight out of the box. No need to spend hours screwing volts to get the right fit. We get it – nobody has time for that!

Now, let's talk about modifiability –  Bringhurst does not hesitate when he declares that OneStock is at the top of VR gunstock modifiability. Quick as a lightning strike, no magnets to play hide-and-seek with. Just slap it in, and boom – you're locked, loaded, and ready to dominate the virtual battlefield.

BringHurst VR Reviews the OneStock VR Gunstock and Other VR Accessories

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But hold your horses. Bringhurst expressed that he prefers magnets for attaching the controllers and not the current open grip design although it makes it very easy to reload it is not his preferred feature. And was a tad bit disappointed about its top and bottom mounting capabilities noticing that currently it is only available as bottom mounted for the PSVR2 and for VR headsets like Quest 3, Quest 2, and Quest Pro it is only top mounted. Don´t worry Bringhurst we hear you and solutions for ALL gamers are coming!

Bringhurst makes it clear – OneStock isn't just a one-trick pony. It's a chameleon, morphing into whatever style you desire. Need a quick switch between weapons? OneStock has your back, and it's very quick to do so.

So, what's his final takeaway? OneStock is the game-changer. It's not just another VR gunstock; but it is not his preferred VR Gunstock. For others that do not have strong personal references on having magnets attach the controllers, the OneStock could very well be the best VR gunstock out there. If you are ready to upgrade your VR arsenal check out this and other reviews and find your exclusive invite code to purchase the OneStock

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