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AR collapsing stock

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Darkside852003, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. Darkside852003

    Darkside852003 Member

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    My girlfriend is nice enough to put me on a $70 spending limit for a collapsible stock, for my post ban Bushy M4. Where can I find one in that price range? Your help is much appreciated.

    Jeff
     
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    www.Tapco.com has a 6 position one with buffer for $50 and another for I think $25 or $20. You could order some extra mags while you are there too.
     
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    Del-Ton has some 4 position stocks for $50, IIRC and Phantom flash hiders for $20; could kill two birds with one allowance.;)
     
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    Looks like $54.95, minus $11 without the buffer and spring. www.model1sales.com has the same thing for $42.
     
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    Eww, looks like a plastic buffer. I wonder if anyone has ordered them yet...

    I was thinking of order the American Spirit Arms one from Brownells, but as expected, just about all of the types of collapsible stocks are listed as out of stock. I'll probably just save my peanuts for a whole upper and collapsible stock later. Maybe, dunno.
     
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