I happen to have a legit Mission Force Tactical Minimalist stock here along with a clone, so I thought I would take a few pics to show the differences. I'm sure there are other clones of this stock out there, but this is what I have on hand. From first appearances, they look strikingly similar. First, you will notice that the clone has molding marks from the casting process clearly visible on the right hand side. The original MFT has the same casting marks, but they are on the left hand side. Although the logos on the pseudo-MFT stock are nicely done, the logos (on both sides) of the legit MFT stock are much deeper recessed. (Sorry for the crappy pic). The rubber butt-pad on the MFT stock has a logo at the top, where the fakerino does not. NOTE: I have seen images of other clones that DO have the logo visible on the butt, but they aren't typically as clearly defined. The molding marks on the bottom of the butt-pad are also different. The overall "smoothness" of the polymer is also different. However, unless you have both of them in hand it may be hard to differentiate a fake from a proper MFT stock. This picture does a great job of showing the contrasting differences; moreso than you can see with the naked eye. The MFT stock runs around $50, while the clones are available for less than half that price (I picked this one up on E-bay for $20).