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Have some left over parts from various projects. Everything is OBO or trades welcome. Im looking for S12 mags or drums, CSS folder or ace (S12), Kvar S12 HG just to name a few. If you buy more then one thing I can do better on shipping. Thanks Tapco SKS stock. Comes with PG and railed gastube hg (not pictured) $70 shipped Mako grip/ flashlight holder $30 Mako flashlight holder $23 shipped (1" flashlight) BP-02 mount $45 shipped red dot sight $30 shipped Tac-47 auto plug $50 shipped CSS gas puck $18 shipped Axis pin retaining plate $8 shipped Tapco S12 stock, HG, w/ buttpad (unconverted) $75 shipped
Hi, I am selling a Mako Galil-Style Folding, Collapsible Butt stock for the AK. I was going to use this on a saiga rifle conversion, but I ended up selling the rifle. So I could use the money for another project. I never mounted this stock to the rifle; I just removed it from its original package. I am asking $300 $275 shipped in the U.S. From The Mako Group website: Collapsible stock system utilizes the rugged Galil folding mechanism to adapt AK-47 rifles to enable collapsible stocks that fold to the side. Includes GLR-16 buttstock. Solid hardened steel adapter bolts to rear trunnion for drop-in fit (may be riveted or welded to the receiver or trunnion for even greater strength). 6061 Hard Anodized Aluminum Buffer Tube fits any M4 Stock with a Sealed Compartment. Designed for stamped receivers. Weight 1 lb, 2.17 ounces (515 gr) Width 1.73" (44 mm) Height 2.09" (53 mm) Length 9" (229 mm) Length (open / deployed) 13.6" (346 mm)
I just tried my Saiga 12 last night with the new Mako recoil absorbing stock on it, and I do think it did provide noticeable felt recoil reduction, more noticeable with heavier loadings like the 3" #4 turkey loads I shot. My setup was formerly the ace stock mounted to their folding mechanism and that bolted to a receiver block. My tang was removed to do that setup. I run a competition brake so already have some recoil reduction going on, but I wanted to reduce recoil on heavy loads like 3" hunting and self defense loadings, so I ordered the pig-nose adapter and a mil-spec AR-Buffer tube. Right now the folding mechanism is out because as a right side folder it looks like the stock wont fold completely before hitting the charing handle. My observations are that the stock does provide about a 15-20% reduction in felt recoil, which to me is substantial in terms of comfort and controllability. The stock seems to be well made, and functions as stated. I do think the action of the stock could be smoother, but maybe with use it will smoothen naturally. As stated I used a mil=spec stock, I would suggest the larger diameter commercial spec stock would provide a better fit to the stock, mine as set-up has slight movement as a result of the stock being sized to take either milspec or commerical buffer tubes. As I set up the stock, which was mounting the pig-nose adapter to be flush with the top of the receiver block insert (in line with the barrel) a check rest was not needed to get a good sight picture through the chaos HK style sights mounted on their rail system. I might add a small raiser like paracord or something else around 1/4", but significant elevation wasn't needed for me at least. Bottom line; good product, worked as claimed, I expect to see future generations of this come out as well as competitor products that function similarly, that would be my only thought on why I wouldn't say go out and get one