Just recently saw this out there for the standard AR-15: AR Folding Stock Adapter Just wondering if anyone is interested in it for the 15-22? Obviously it wouldn't need to have the specialty parts to keep the bolt in place when folded, but that …
Since I fly many time per year, with a rifle, this new development is of particular interest to me! I’ve now tested the LAW Tactical AR Folding Stock Adapter Gen 3-M, and they have earned a place on my “ Recommended List” In fact, the …
Law Tactical’s AR Folding Stock Adapters aren’t cheap but they are good so you know it was only a matter of time before the knock-offs started showing up. Most of the knock-off adapters are visually similar but should be very easy to spot …
Ruger 10/22 rifle models, though reliable, eventually need to be updated in order to maintain constant pace with modern tactical weaponry. By adding a stock to the original action and barrel of a 10/22 rifle, the Butler Creek Ruger 10/22
Original Polish Beryl side folding stock, pistol grip, and upper & lower handguards. Folding stock is surplus used condition and shows signs of obvious wear, locks up tight, does not come with mounting screw. Upper and lower …
Citing a number of improvements and an new, all-steel design, Law Tactical is pleased to announce its third-generation Folding Stock Adapter for AR-15 rifles. These adapters allow users fold the buffer assembly and stock to the side for …
I’ve seen other folding designs but the invariably feature a folding stock. The XAR hinges just in front of the upper receiver. The barrel folds to the side. The secret is the taper around the barrel extension which allows it to pivot right …
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Turn your .30 caliber M1 Carbine into a historic paratrooper-style mainstay with this Folding Stock Kit. Imagine that you're about to take the "big plunge"... say, 2,000 feet, into a combat situation... you don't want to risk a full-length rifle fouling ...
While it is legal to add a Stock or a Folding Stock to a pistol, doing so will create a SBR which must be engraved and approved using an ATF Form 1 prior to doing so. In fact, having a stock and a pistol in close proximity with the present …