Sanlaki Lite VR Gunstock

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Aim better in VR!

This low-cost and easy-to-use gunstock will help you:


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    Designed for Meta Quest 2, Meta Quest Pro, Valve Index, Pico 4, PSVR2

    Compatible with Pavlov, Onward, and Contractor$!

    PSVR2 version is only compatible with Pavlov. Make sure to set virtual stock mode on. PS charging dock is not compatible. 

    Do NOT pull too hard against your shoulder to avoid damaging your controllers.

    Sanlaki is not responsible for any damage caused by excessive force, misuse, and improper handling.

    Why choose our design?

    Here are some of our solutions to common problems with other gun stocks:

    Problem 1: "Panic reload" - blindly mounting the controllers back on a small mounting area is very frustrating!
    Our solution: You can easily mount controller anywhere on the metal pipe front (8" or 10")

    Problem 2: You need to manually adjust your gun stock every time you change loadout.
    Our solution: with our metal pipe front + magnetic mount, no need to adjust your physical gun stock.
    You can mount closer for SMGs and farther for rifles and snipers

    Problem 3: 3D printed grips are uncomfortable, can lose fit within couple of weeks of play, can cause blisters (in rare cases), and prone to accidental controller slippage/removal when unmounting.
    Our solution: I left the controller grips as is so you can use any of your favorite comfortable index style grips (AMVR, Mamut, etc...)

    Problem 4: Stocks with controllers on top feels unnatural.
    Our solution: our stock is located on top so it provides a more natural feel

    Problem 5: Controller can hit your stock when putting a magazine when reloading.
    Our solution: since our stock is on top of the controllers, you will not have to tilt your gun stock sideways to avoid hitting your stock when putting a magazine

    1. How is tracking?
    This is actually one of the first problem I had to solve! I spent countless hours testing and with the help and of the Thingiverse 3D community, I was able to make it work well! Also, Oculus has drastically improved their tracking software ever since the first Quest came out. There are also similar designs like the MKIII by VirtualRealitySystems.

    Still skeptical? Feel free to read reviews on our Etsy shop, Reddit, and YouTube!

    Note: this gun stock is designed for right eye dominant and right handed players or left eye dominant and left handed players only... I don't recommend using this if you're right eye dominant but left handed or vice versa. This is unfortunately due to the Quest 2 controller grips being offset to the side of the controller rings.

    2. Will the controller mounts damage the controller rings?
    Great question!!
    First, the magnets we use are super strong but gets off easily at an angle
    Second, I also made sure the controller mounts have wide surface area and the load is well distributed on the inner, top, and bottom of the ring!

    Helpful tips

    Practice unmounting and mounting the controllers before putting your headset to develop muscle memory.  Add a couple layers of Gorilla tape on the magnets to dampen strength.

    Assembly time: 3-5 minutes

    For gun stock newbies - please, please, please make sure to practice mounting and unmounting without the headset on first to develop muscle memory! It takes around 15-90 mins to get use to using the gun stock in VR. Please be patient!

    NOTE: If you're a new FPS gunstock player, never used a rifle, and/or doesn't have the muscle development of physically holding a rifle --- you may experience some arm fatigue at first until you develop the muscle memory.
    Fatigue can happen even if you aim free hand mode (without a gunstock).

    You can put a reasonable amount of force against your shoulder when aiming down the sight but do NOT pull too hard against your shoulder to avoid damage on your controllers.

    Sanlaki is not responsible for any damage caused by misuse and improper handling.

    CONTRACTORS - there are two ways to use the gun stock.
    1. Easy: physical gun stock mode: OFF. Use as is and no need to adjust any settings.
    2. Advanced: physical gun stock mode: ON. This will allow you to better match the gun stock with in game weapons BUT you need to manually calibrate ALL weapons!

    Tips for Onward players:
    Best set up: holographic sight + foregrip!
    Some weapons are NOT compatible when using iron sight. Please use holographic, red dot, or similar to fix issue!

    Onward Weapons compatibility:

    12x and 4x zoom works on ALL rifles EXCEPT for the Bolt action (M40A5). You can use a different sight if you want to use it.

    Minor issues and fixes:

    • Floaty hands - this happen when the magnetic controller mounts smack really, really, really hard on the metal pipe! It usually happens when reloading.
      • Fix: mount slightly sideways and be more gentle. Practice unmounting and mounting to develop muscle memory!
    • Wandering sight - this happen when aiming down the sight and the weapon feels like it's floating//wandering.
      • Fix 1: check out the sling! The Quest 2 controllers are offset to the side so there's a high chance of occlusion when not properly installed.
      • Fix 2: disable gun and scope smoothing (Onward).
    • Onward snipers using 12x or 4x scopes jitter:
      • 1. Try enabling gun smoothing and scope smoothing if you experience jitters (mostly with M40A5).
      • 2. You can also mount the reload hand at the far end of the pipe to get more tracking visibility.

    Due to the nature of FDM/Additive 3D printing technology - there may be slight imperfections on the surface, which doesn't affect the functionality of the product.

    Do not leave 3D printed parts on hot areas! Avoid leaving them inside your car on a hot day and/or out in the sun. The 3D prints will melt.

    You can put a reasonable amount of force against your shoulder when aiming down the sight but do NOT pull too hard against your shoulder to avoid damage on your controllers.

    Sanlaki is not responsible for any damage caused by excessive force, misuse, and improper handling.

    We are also constantly improving this gunstock and you may receive a slightly different design from the product photos.

    Note: We do not collect any import/VAT fees.

    Peace of mind

    FREE replacements for any defective parts

    We check each individual parts before shipping out to ensure great quality. However, there were few cases in the past that we have gotten bad quality filaments that resulted in poor layer adhesion. This is very hard to spot since the print looks normal. So, as a way to give you peace of mind --- we are offering FREE replacement parts for any defective parts including free shipping!

    30 day accidental protection

    We know how much immersive VR can get so we understand that sometimes accidents happen! We've seen too many photos of people accidentally punching walls, TVs, etc... So, we are offering 30 day accidental protection and we send free replacements for FREE, just cover shipping!

    You can also get our extended 2-year accidental protection plan here:

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    Environmental friendly

    The 3D printed parts we produce are made out of Polylactide (PLA), a renewable thermoplastic and a polymer. It is 'processed' from the starch of plants such as corn, sugar cane and sugar beet, making it environmentally friendly and sustainable.

    • Beginner friendly: controllers are easy to mount back
    • Natural feel: the magnetic snap design is located on top
    • Easy install: play in minutes
    • Weapons+: works with wide range of weapons
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      The Sanlaki gunstock is optimized for Contractors, Onward, and Pavlov.

      As you may know, each weapon has its own aim angle and aim position... So, some weapons are more optimized than others. Each game has slightly different controller placement in relation to in-game weapons. So, you can only imagine how challenging it is to create a gunstock that works with all weapons and games!

      This is where gunstock calibration feature comes in handy! Luckily, most games like Onward, Contractors, and Pavlov have similar setup and has gunstock calibration feature.

      For Onward, the ELITE Sanlaki gunstock is ideal because of the rotational blocker.

      For Breachers VR, the calibration is limited but it gets the job done. You can adjust the weapon angle. For Index version, you can set it up from -30 to -40 degrees to make it line up properly.

      Ghost of Tabor - NOT recommend. Players reported that it's not ideal to use on this game because of the gameplay. You need to constantly free up your hands, so using a gunstock is not ideal.