Furniture options for Milled AK

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    Dallas70

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    I am a tall guy and am not digging the stock on my Arsenal SLR-101s. It's a milled receiver, that obviously has the two tangs.

    I am not looking for a folding stock, but I do need a stock that can extend and retract. I'm not worried about cost. I want fit and function over everything. I will not cut off the bottom tang.

    What options do I have for an AR style stock for this milled rifle??

     
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    I just read the Q&A on that piece. It states that you have to remove the lower tang.
     
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    They had an aluminum tube for stamped receivers for more money, I never had any worries about the polymer one though. Yep, now the sky is the limit on which stock body you want. This was my setup before someone offered me a dollar amount I couldn't walk away from.
     

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    Man that sucks. I saw Ultimak had one but it looked cheap and I wonder if it would have that same problem...
     
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    I'm 6'7" and have a tapco 6 position stock on my Saiga. Love it.
     
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    Make one. The lower tang is the problem. Its not really needed. This is what it will look like if you leave it. Goog place for a sling. huh....
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    You know, looking at your setup, I think the exposed tang is just fine. Did you have to do any modifications at all? Which CAA stock is that?

    I also see you have that quick release side rail. The one I have has three allen bolts attaching it. Not a big deal, but I think I like the quick release much more.

     
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    Thanks, that sure looks like the one. So aside from an exposed tang, should just slide on (pounded) and be good to go huh?
     
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    no, its a complete set up
     
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    Super, thanks.
     
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    Tapco makes a bolt on m4 6 position buffer tube with stock for milled receivers, its like $50. i however on my arsenal slr 95, am going with a buffer tube like the CAA listed so i can add any m4 style stock I want. There is another company that makes one as well, but the name is not coming to mind

    heres the tapco

    http://tapco.com/products/ak/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=29
     

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