Furniture options for Milled AK

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  1. 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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    Tapco = Airsoft......just like UTG
     
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    Ok...well I finally got the AKTMCBS in the mail yesterday. It did take some pounding to get it seated into the receiver. I also need to get a stronger bit to tighten down that screw all the way in. BUT....here is my problem...

    I have the side rail on the AK that I use for my scope. The issue is on that AKTMCBS, there are these two areas that stick out the side of it where it attaches to the receiver. This makes it impossible to 'slide' anything on the rail. So now I can't attach my scope. I see you have the same stock and also utilize your rail. How do you slide your rail mount on and off? It can't get past those two rounded areas on the stock where it meets the receiver. :?:
     
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    Those are sling points. They are removable. Take it off.
     
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    Do you have to remove the stock again to take off the sling points? I don't see how to remove the sling points with the stock on. If I have to take it off again, that should be fun given how I had to pound pretty good to get it to seat. The info on this stock states that the sling points are ultrasonically welded.
     
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    Bump. :)

    I really want to use this stock.
     

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