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Collapsable Stock for PLR16

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#1 RDSWriter


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Posted 16 October 2007 - 07:11 PM

I'm throwing this out there to the reputable SOTs/smiths (but good WECSOG smiths also welcome to provide feedback).

I am interested in papering a KelTech PLR16 pistol into an SBR via a Form 1. I want it basically the same overall length, but with shoulder file capability. I'm more focused on concealability and minimal weight/size than I am ergonomics of the stock.

What I want is a collapsable stock similar to a M3 Grease Gun or MP5 whereby it is a dense wire or rail slides down each side of the receiver. Anyone ever make a custom wire collapsable stock? Anyone know where I might find parts that I could add to the PLR to make this?

Right now, I'm just visionquesting.... but it's something I've been thinking about for a few months so I guess it's time to sh## or get off the pot.

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 10:23 AM

Not sure how'd you attach it to the gun, but some steel rod heat with an oxy-acetolene torch and bent should do the trick, might have to aneal it once done though.

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