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ATI folding stock kits for ak

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by BevrFevr, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. BevrFevr

    BevrFevr Well-Known Member

    Anybody have any experience or opinions on the ATI folding stock kits for the
    AK? The seem to go for $99 bucks for all furniture. forward grip has rails.

    I got an ATI for my ishy but it is more accurate in the original wood. It seems solid enough. Just thought I might give my ak the dimestore commando treatment.

    thanks - the bevr
  2. Coronach

    Coronach Moderator Emeritus

    We "upgraded" from Speedfeed stocks to ATI stocks for our shotguns at work. Obviously this is not the same stock, but if the build quility is the same, I would be running, not walking, to almost anything else.

  3. BevrFevr

    BevrFevr Well-Known Member

    If I read you clearly the ATI are not advised.
  4. BevrFevr

    BevrFevr Well-Known Member

    tapco folder?

    is the plastic tapco folder any good? Can the gun be cycled and fired from the closed position?

    thanks -bev
  5. Coronach

    Coronach Moderator Emeritus

    Not unless their AK folders are significantly better than the 870 shotgun stocks. They might be- but I wouldn't hold my breath.

    I've heard decent things about Tapco. Not top of the line, but workable.

  6. BevrFevr

    BevrFevr Well-Known Member

    thanks but the search saved me some grief. I think I am going romy wire. I will have to get another solution for the forward stock. I am wanting something to mount a reflex or red dot to.

    Thanks for the input! I was wanting cheap and solid not cheap and workable so I will skip the tapco.

    No money, but that gun monkey on my back needs to be fed. .
  7. MudPuppy

    MudPuppy Well-Known Member

    I didn't care for the tapco folder, it was mushy. I do like the adjustable lop from the tapco M-4 style stock, but even this one makes me question its durability.

    However, for a rock solid folder, the romy style is the way to go. Maybe not quite as nice as an ACE folder, but close enough for a whole lot more reasonable price.

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