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Colt Collapsible Stock

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by TarpleyG, Aug 20, 2004.

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  1. TarpleyG

    TarpleyG Member

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    Anyone know where I can get a Colt collapsible stock for my M4 to replace the fixed one if the AWB sunsets? I have seen RRA and a couple of others but I prefer to stick with Colt. I looked on the Colt site and didn't see anything and I also googled for it.

    Greg
     
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    http://www.specializedarmament.com

    BUTTSTOCK KIT, LATEST PRODUCTION COLT/U.S. MILITARY M4 - (W/ REC. EXTENSION, BUTTSTOCK ASSY., H - BUFFER, ACTION SPRING, REC. PLATE, REC. EXT. NUT)
    Price: 179.00
     
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    And if that's a little steep for you, you can get a Mil-spec version from most of the AR rifle makers like Bushmaster, Eagle Arms, and Armalite.

    Bushmaster sells several versions, price....$100.00

    Brownell's sells several versions, including an original CAR type made of aluminum for $100.00 and a Fiber-rite version for $66.00, AND they list the Colt collapsible stock for the AR-15 Government Carbine for $60.00
     
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    I see it at Brownell's for $89 with my discount. $112 regular price. That is what I am looking for. Don't know why I couldn't find it before. Thanks all.

    Now, for a different question--what is involved in changing the muzzle brake on my post ban M4 to a real flash suppressor. Can a 'smith do it without making the barrel too short.

    [mecrossingfingers]Can't wait until 9/14...[/mecrossingfingers]

    Greg
     
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    Depends on how the brake is atatched, and if the muzzle is threaded. If the muzzle is threaded, and the brake is just spot-welded on, you could easily do it yourself.
     
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    I think the brake has a pin. According to a friend that I just finished discussing this with, I should be able to remove the pin and screw off the brake and screw on a flash suppressor. Guess I won't know for sure unless I remove that pin unless someone knows for sure on Colts.

    Greg
     
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    Bushmaster, EA, Armalite, ect. Don't make a milspec col stock. Their tubes are too large. If you install one of their col stocks on an actual mil-spec tube it will rattle all over the place.

    If you have the available funds I say go with a better stock such as a vltor or a LMT crane replica or possibly a MAGPUL. It will be an upgrade you wont have to make down the road, and you will have a better stock.
    I have handled the cheaper stuff (Cav Arms, Bushy teles) at gunshows and whatnot, and I will say it just doesen't compare. Even the buffer tube felt cheaper... :(

    A forged receiver extension, plus a super tight rattle free modular stock for $179 are what you get when you purchase VLTOR. Its the entry level model in the superstocks category. In this case I think many will say it is of better quality (obviously) than an actual colt col stock.
     
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