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Folding Stock Question

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by InkEd, May 4, 2011.

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  1. InkEd

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    I was wondering of anyone knows a source for original MAC-style folding stocks for the guns being produced by Masterpiece Arms? (Already aware I would need to pay the tax stamp.) If not an original MAC-style stock perhaps a side folding version? Thank you.
     
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    How about a link to one of the aftermarket folders then? Please.
     
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    I've got the Lage folder for my M11/9. It's rock solid. Not sure if it works with the semi auto however.

    http://www.max-11.com/
     
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    Will have to check it out.
     
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    No thank you in the AR stocks. However, they do have a nice looking side folder on there. A bit pricey at $200+ but if it locks closed and open it could be reall nice.
     
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    Here is one our most popular billet stocks that folds as well:
    http://www.usmachinegun.com/proddetail.php?prod=MPA45-FSAD

    you wont find a good folding stock that is non AR for less than $200. You get what you pay for. The folding mechanism alone is $75. or so.

    contact me with any questions, thanks
     
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    I am not certain you can use the original stock with the semi-auto guns as the internals are different and might get in the way of the rails. Even if that is not a problem, you would have to machine slots in the receiver to accept the rails. But if it will fit and you can do the work and paperwork required, I probably have a spare stock in the garage.
     
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    Even if you drilled two holes in the rear of a semi auto receiver, the fire control parts, i.e. sear plate, hammer and especially the spacer in the rear are all in the way so there is no space to slide in a wire stock. If you have ever fired an M-11 SMG, you would realize how unsafe and unreliable the wire stock set up can be. Go with a good AR type stock or one of our billet tac stocks with the folding option and you will be happy.
     
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    At $200 to put a stock on in the first place I would just get a full auto one, they are still the least expensive FA one can get. If you don't like most AR stocks you might look at the folder that the ZM/Para has on the no buffer rifles.
     
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    I know its fine for AR's but I would call the NFA and get a letter before I put one on something that didn't need the space to function.
     
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