Cheaper Folding Stock Adapter

Would you buy one?

  • Yes

    Votes: 7 77.8%
  • No

    Votes: 2 22.2%

  • Total voters
    9

NuserAim

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There are plenty of inexpensive adapters out there. I just got one for $70.
I'm trying to produce something that's a good value for the cost. Of course, as others said, the market will decide that. I did a strength test by mortaring my rifle and it has no play still. There's also a QD mount at the bottom of them. I'll put up some pics after I get a batch done!
 

AKmoose

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If you could engineer a way to find a place to put a recoil spring in the bolt carrier where it could be fired folded, ala M1a1 carbine? I'd jump right in!
 

MacFromOK

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If you could engineer a way to find a place to put a recoil spring in the bolt carrier where it could be fired folded, ala M1a1 carbine? I'd jump right in!
Pretty sure this can be done by using a pistol BCG, and a gap/slot on the stock where it would allow folding.

However... although 16" is the minimum legal length for a rifle barrel, overall length must be 26" (unless you plan on an SBR stamp).

Just something to keep in mind... :drunk2:
 

L.C.

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Here is one on gunbroker.
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/898478497
 
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