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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
  1. How long is a standard A2 stock compared to a fully extended RRA/Stag telestock?
  2. Will a standard Telestock wrench work to install an A2 stock, or do i need a different tool?
  3. Could novelty "full auto" markings on the lower get me into trouble even though its not really a full auto receiver?
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
1. the A2 stock is just a bit shorter then the M4 stock at full extention

2. The castle nut wrench for the M4 and CAR stock will not work, but a basic wrench and screw driver will put the A2 stock on

3. NO it is legal, but insure that you meet all the basic guidlines as it can no doubt draw the EYE of the man.
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
beaterar said:
1. the A2 stock is just a bit shorter then the M4 stock at full extention

2. The castle nut wrench for the M4 and CAR stock will not work, but a basic wrench and screw driver will put the A2 stock on

3. NO it is legal, but insure that you meet all the basic guidlines as it can no doubt draw the EYE of the man.
Thanks for the clear and quick response.
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
nikon777 said:
  1. Could novelty "full auto" markings on the lower get me into trouble even though its not really a full auto receiver?
I doubt you would be able to buy a "full auto" lower without a class III license though; it's a NFA item. Perhaps you are referring to the "LE/Military Only" marking?
 
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fastboy said:
I doubt you would be able to buy a "full auto" lower without a class III license though; it's a NFA item. Perhaps you are referring to the "LE/Military Only" marking?
He wants to buy a receiver and mark it "Full Auto" or buy one that has already been marked as such or something like that.
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Palmguy said:
He wants to buy a receiver and mark it "Full Auto" or buy one that has already been marked as such or something like that.
If you know where there is one like what is described for sale, I'd be interested in seeing. I just have never seen a lower that is marked full auto yet is really not.
 
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fastboy said:
If you know where there is one like what is described for sale, I'd be interested in seeing. I just have never seen a lower that is marked full auto yet is really not.
Go to AR15.com and look aroun you will see a crap load of them, they have some that have SAFE-FIRE-SHTF, and just about any other thing you could want.
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
beaterar said:
they have some that have SAFE-FIRE-SHTF
LOL, too bad I didn't find one of those before I ordered mine. Would have made an interesting conversation piece at the range.
 
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fastboy said:
If you know where there is one like what is described for sale, I'd be interested in seeing. I just have never seen a lower that is marked full auto yet is really not.


 
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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
Man that POF lower is a shizzle, but check out Sun Devil ...IMO they are Superior to the POF. I know it isnt full auto marked, but its billet and about 40-50 bucks cheaper then the POF with a wider mag well so you can open it up much like a flared pistol.





 
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