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Old September 17th, 2020, 06:13 AM #31
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It wouldn't take a whole lot for someone with a printer to print up say, a 2" spacer to add to the butt of any given carbine stock, placing it between the existing stock and rubber butt pad.


2-3 inches would be a good start.
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Old September 17th, 2020, 08:38 AM #32
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You mean like this? It's called a brace...and it's adjustable with the exact same dimensions as a Magpul MOE or any other "stock" that uses a standard buffer tube.
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It wouldn't take a whole lot for someone with a printer to print up say, a 2" spacer to add to the butt of any given carbine stock, placing it between the existing stock and rubber butt pad.


2-3 inches would be a good start.
Magpul has those, they add .55"/.7", you could stack them or make a spacer but you'd need to find a longer screw. You could add a slip on butt pad since the gov doesn't say anything about removable stock parts. I feel like this idea is creating a problem to a solution that already exists...
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Here is another stock, I like the SB brace better.
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You mean like this? It's called a brace...and it's adjustable with the exact same dimensions as a Magpul MOE or any other "stock" that uses a standard buffer tube.
Yes. I have several. You missed my sarcasm.
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Yes. I have several. You missed my sarcasm.
ohhhh you didn't do the little sarcasm thing so I took it literally. My bad
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I've been working on designing and prototyping a kit that would convert a Magpul Moe stock (commercial size) into one that in addition to being a collapsible stock, has a collapsible buttpad. In theory, this should extend your OAL significantly. I have attached a couple of pics to help give an example of my design.
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This design will have many uses such as increasing OAL, giving the user a finer level of adjustment, and slightly increasing the friction between the stock and buffer tube which will eliminate that little bit of rattle we all hate. My question for everyone is, if I got this thing finished and ready to go, would there be anyone interested in purchasing one? I look forward to hearing what everyone here has to say!
Love me some short 29" SBRs!

I have a pre-2013 SBR for short 5.56 applications, but this is very interesting. I can see some of the .300 Blackout guys being interested, since that round does well out of ~8-9" barrels.

Very clever using the space between the milspec receiver extension and the larger diameter commercial stock body to make it happen.

If you're into these sorts of projects, and figure out how to do /contract out the metalworking, maybe you'll be the hero to crack the code on the elusive MD-legal 29" MP5 SBR:
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