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Buttstock on a High Power

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by FIVETWOSEVEN, May 31, 2010.

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  1. FIVETWOSEVEN

    FIVETWOSEVEN Member

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    How is the stock attached? Is it the frame that its attached to or is the the grips? Would it be possible to add a repo stock to a regular High Power? (NFA applies)

    I do know about the laws governing having one I just want to know how you add one, not the legal stuff.
     
  2. CapnMac

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    I want to recall that the backstrap is given a "T" slot that the stock engages.
     
  3. dogtown tom

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    The frame backstrap has a groove, often referred to as a "stock slot".

    Unless the Hi Power has the stock slot, no you can't add a stock.

    HP $600
    Milling out a slot $100-200.
    Repro wood stock $100-150
    NFA tax for SBR- $200

    Or you could just get a Inglis with a stock for hundreds less (and the Inglis with tangent sights is exempt from the NFA).
     
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