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Wood/synthetic full size stock for AR-7?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Hacker15E, Jan 9, 2010.

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  1. Hacker15E

    Hacker15E Member

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    My Google-fu hasn't yielded any leads, so hopefully the THR community might know something.

    I'm looking for a replacement stock -- some kind of "full size" stock in the style of an M1 Carbine -- for an AR-7.

    Google reveals that such a beast was produced by an unknown manufacturer many years ago:

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    And, here's someone who actually bedded and modified a M1 Carbine stock...

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    So, the question: does anyone make an off the shelf product like this for purchase currently?
     
  2. Jackal

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    Honestly I dont think anyone makes one. Besides, for the cost of the stock, you could buy a different .22.
     
  3. seanie!

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    I don't know, but that M1 carbine copy looks freaking awesome! Sorry that I couldn't actually be of any help. I'd say your best bet is to just fabricate one.
     
  4. Hacker15E

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    Bump.

    Anyone?
     
  5. brassdog

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    You're asking for something that probably doesn't exist on the commercial market. I would guess to say that your best chance of obtaining something like that would be to do it yourself or at least find a local gunsmith who would be willing to do it.

    IMHO, I would just buy a surplus M1 carbine or ruger 10/22 stock and do it myself. It look really neat though.
    Good luck!
     
  6. SharpsDressedMan

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    Take an M1 Carbine stock, accraglas around an AR7 and trim the excess and shape, then paint the stock as above. I think that is how that stock came about. It looks TOO much like a real carbine stock, and should be able to be "filled in" to fit the AR7.
     
  7. rangerruck

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    try to get ahold of someone at Majestic arms, in New York City; they might know, if they are still in business, and the townies haven't run them out of
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