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Looking for a wooden AR15 stock set. Would like one that has the pistol grip built into the stock. Or someone who has one to use as a pattern.

Also looking for a 300acc blackout barrel..either target crowned or longer than 16". Have to comply with these dracrionin NYS laws now..
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Yes, I have been to the website. If you scroll down the thread you linked to, there is a pic of 3 ar's one with a wooden stock, that's the kind of stock I need to build or buy. Thanks for the links though.
 

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That rifle in the other thread is mine. Did you see the correction I made about where I got the stock? If you call JP Enterprises, you may still be able to get one even though it's not on their website anymore..

But be aware; Since I posted that photo, I have realized that the stock doesn't really fit me very well. I built the rifle several years ago but, just started shooting it a lot recently. The cheek rest (not visible in the pic) is too thick, and I find myself having to muscle the gun around to get my head behind the scope. I may be able to sand it down and make it work but, for now, I'm just going to put the standard A2 stock back on it.

Just pointing that out before you try to get one. It looks good but, it is not comfortable. At least, not for me.
 

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Well, NYS passed these stupid laws saying you have to register your ar15 if it has even one evil feature. So, I am hoping to get rid of the pistol grip by using this type of stock. Could you shoulder that without putting your thumb through the hole and tell me how awkward it feels? Reason being we can't have thumbhole stocks either, it has to be solid. This sucks as I got four ar's to do this with.
 

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Here's a link to a place where you can mix and match the pieces you want. Also I think Rock River and DPMS might sell them as well. Brownells sells wooden stocks for some of these types of guns also, beat to ya !!

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Well, NYS passed these stupid laws saying you have to register your ar15 if it has even one evil feature. So, I am hoping to get rid of the pistol grip by using this type of stock. Could you shoulder that without putting your thumb through the hole and tell me how awkward it feels? Reason being we can't have thumbhole stocks either, it has to be solid. This sucks as I got four ar's to do this with.
I don't see how you could use it that way... If the thumbhole wasn't there, you really couldn't hold on to it. you'd just have to use the grip part of the stock to press the gun against your shoulder. That would be dangerous to do off-hand. Might work on a bench but, far from ideal.

That's such crap that you have to go through all this... I'd seriously think about moving to another state if I lived there but, I know that's not very feasible for most of us. If they did something like that in Colorado, I'd likely just get rid of the AR's and stick with more conventional guns.
 

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I don't see how you could use it that way... If the thumbhole wasn't there, you really couldn't hold on to it. you'd just have to use the grip part of the stock to press the gun against your shoulder. That would be dangerous to do off-hand. Might work on a bench but, far from ideal.
have you never heard of the M1 or the SKS and others with a rifle stock?
 

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After cutting off a pistol grip to see how it felt, I know for sure that that is not an option. Building a whole new stock seems to be about the only way to make it happen..
 

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Those guns don't have a buffer tube in the stock.
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I don't see how you could use it that way... If the thumbhole wasn't there, you really couldn't hold on to it. you'd just have to use the grip part of the stock to press the gun against your shoulder. That would be dangerous to do off-hand. Might work on a bench but, far from ideal.
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you confusing yourself?
 
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