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telescoping stock MA-legal if pinned?

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Moga, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. Stef

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    Glad I just got the stripped lower from S&W and build up the rest myself. Magpul would never sell a castrated stock [smile]
     

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    +1. I have 1" buttpad on mine and love it. Perfect LOP for me (5'9" with fairly short arms).
     
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    A stock spacer is available and we have them in stock Contact us for details. This will solve the stock LOP.
    Thanks
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    So is there issue on the length itself? Or is just the ability to adjust the legal issue?


    I have an M&P15 sport too with the faux m4 stock. It's pinned full out. I don't mind a pinned stock if it was moved in a tad bit more.

    So as long as the stock is pinned, the length is not an issue? (16" barrel so it should easily meet 26" overall.
     
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    I know this post is 7 years old but did you veer get any info from the lawyers on this?
     
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    Holy crap. I did not know that was available. And I have two AR's I'm currently re-working that are going back to CT which need to have their stocks pinned.

    THANK YOU!
     
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    M4 STOCK LOCK PIN
    MAGPUL STOCK LOCK PIN
     
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    I knew there had to be a better option than drilling holes in stocks and buffer tubes. I really like this solution, it's so simple and elegant. Thanks for sharing guys!
     
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    any instructions for the STR? I don't see how to take it apart without drilling out the rivets and then I don't have any replacement rivets
     
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    It's been a couple of years since I "pinned" an STR, but I did not touch the rivets. Think I used a flat head to dislodge the friction lock. Then follow the CTR steps and replaced the spring piece with a dowel.

    [​IMG]
     

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