Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by needmorecowbell, Jun 14, 2022.
Even without using bent sheet metal or the like.
If you don't make a provision for a stock at all, then the brace/stock antics have no effect.
Dude, they will totally take your money, now!
The price is pretty steep.
I’ll take two. One green, the other grey.
They grey one in 300.
Have they actually done anything since comments ended? I certainly have not seen any answers so far.
why are you assuming anything will change???
That's a rather old idea, Daewoo did it long time ago, and I've wondered why more mfg haven't done it since.
I once had a K1A1 Daewoo, collapsible stock, side charger, gas operated .223 carbine. It used a piston to operate the bolt, with two recoil springs side-by-side above the BCG. Super nice rifle, I wish I still had it. This isn't mine, but mine was identical to it: It used AR magazines and fire control group.
Well, the description of the thing says it has a Picatinny rail on the back for brace attachment, which I read before I posted that. Perhaps the day the Rule comes out they will switch to offering it with a sold rear with only an attachment for a single point sling. I actually used my Scorpion with a single point sling for a short time, wasn't TOO inaccurate, certainly wasn't great.
As for the price, have you fueled your car recently, or shopped for food? Get real, $2k today is $1k in 2019.
I clean missed that, thanks for the clarification.
To my knowledge, there has been no update from ATF since the comment period ended. Did we miss something?
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