So I have a Gen 2 G22 and want to get a stock for it. I've seen the zahal.org tactical stock and the ENDO Tactical stock adapter, but haven't had the chance to try either one out. So I was wondering if anyone else here had experience with either of these stocks, or if there are any other options out there that I have overlooked. Also, I'm not interested in a complete carbine conversion kit, like a CAA or RONI carbine conversion kit, just a stock.
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May 29, 2012, 11:58 AM
I've shot a G18 with the zahal.org stock. A little flimsy at the contact point to the gun, but it worked fine. I would really like to see the endo tactical up close. Looks like a better setup, IMVHO.
May 30, 2012, 11:15 AM
I have used the FAB stock also and it is what it is. The ENDO is heavier and stronger, meaning it is bulkier and less concealable. The IDF guys I know like the FAB and it does provide a greater degree of stability...especially if you add the foregrip. I let a couple of the local constabulary try mine out here and they all wished the department would provide them to them since they all carry G23s.
May 30, 2012, 01:39 PM
I've used the FAB defense stock on a converted g17. It works really well with a foregrip and is a lot more stable and steady than one would think.
May 30, 2012, 04:44 PM
I've shot the Fab on a converted G17, also. It flexes quite a bit in full auto, and even at full stock extension, it brings the pistol iron sights too close to your face to be useful. If you had one of the mini-red dot sights on (Burris FastFire, Trijicon RMR, etc), it may gain some utility. It certainly helps you stay on target in full auto, though.
May 30, 2012, 07:40 PM
This one is a Wilmelm Bubits a sturdy stock but the LOP is about an inch too long.