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10/22 Sbr

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by DrBaker, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. DrBaker

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    I was wondering what to do about sights. That's a great idea plus it could do double duty on my FDE AR.


    I like the look of the stock Josh posted, but I'm digging a folder for this one, no??
     
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    I would think a folder too, but I do not know of any that really impressed me.
     
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    I agree on the folder too, but I searched for about two hours last night (I was bored) and I didn't find any that I would order myself so I didn't suggest any.
     
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    how about adapting an uzi-type double folder? always seemed cool to just give it a good slap and the stock drop down.

    http://www.dsarms.com/prodinfo.asp?number=Z090

    you know whatever you get will need to be one-of-a-kind customized :)
     
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    I'd throw an sbr in one of those new Nordic Components AR looking frames.
     
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    Yeah, that's the stuff right there. Its what I'd be getting if I didn't already have the folding stock laying around collecting dust.

    awww.leethacker.com_imagehut_images_467pressrelease.gif
     
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    I kinna like this setup...i think it uses a modified Choate folding stock.
    ai245.photobucket.com_albums_gg77_10mmPhil_gunstuff_rifle_POCKET1.jpg
     
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    they make MG 42 kits....

    full auto MG42-10/22 would be pretty cool.
     
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    I've got the RB Precision with the side-folder (I believe its just an Ace stock with a side-folder adapter and a pig-nose adapter - its actually identical to the one on the Robinson Arms XCR)

    The new Nordic is the way to go man - I've found many things I'm not happy about on the RB Precision Evolution and if I had it to do over again, I'd probably go with the Krinker Plinker or the Nordic (when it ever comes out in the states). The Rhineland arms stock was cool, but they were never in-stock anywhere when I was looking and now they're out of business.

    Here's the Krinker Plinker:

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    http://krinkerplinker.com/
     

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