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AR hack using fixed magpul carbine stock.

Rebel_Rider1969

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Where did you see it so I can try and do it also? I have been wanting to do something like this for a simple and inexpensive fixed stock for my ARs. Nice to see ideas and have a place to talk about them and make them actually happen.
There's an ar15 in 7.62 x 39 on the for sale section. Drlangly has it for sale used Silvan folding stock with it
 
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There's an ar15 in 7.62 x 39 on the for sale section. Drlangly has it for sale used Silvan folding stock with it
I checked it out, that would be an awesome setup for the money. But if your trying to keep costs way down your setup it perfect. Right where you need it every time and easy to do at home with simple tools.
 

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I checked it out, that would be an awesome setup for the money. But if your trying to keep costs way down your setup it perfect. Right where you need it every time and easy to do at home with simple tools.
Yep. Uses the carbine buffer and spring too. $25 = magpul fixed stock. I should make tubes an sell um.
 

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So, how does it attach? I only have 1 fixed stock and IIRC it attaches to the back of the buffer tube with a screw.
 

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So, how does it attach? I only have 1 fixed stock and IIRC it attaches to the back of the buffer tube with a screw.
These are designed to screw together at the front of the carbine buffer tube at the ridge. By cutting a pass thru you can move it back to any spot you want too. Also the cut does not get into the tube. Still sealed.
 
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