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Old 10-18-2019, 09:09 AM
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Ok I have a 16" barrel on the chassis, with a MPX PCC folding stock and am looking at 24.5" OAL depending on which grip you use. Length of Pull is 10-12". Great if your building a SBR for a midget!

I am looking for some type of stock spacer that goes between the picatinny end of the chassis and the stock. This will increase the OAL to 26"+ and give me a useable LOP...

Only thing that I am able to find without anything involving a welder is the EXTRA TALL picatinny scope risers or a wide single mount scope ring that uses a picatinny saddle. Not the best look and it will add weight but it will be legal and more comfortable to shoot. Any other input?
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Old 10-18-2019, 09:51 AM
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I know that Sig and Kak makes an adapter that bolts to the 1913 and converts it to buffer tube threads. Then put a KNS adapter to get it back to 1913. Best I know of. Really anything other than a buffer doesn't give the best length of pull.

My Enoch with a Sig Folding adapter caused the castle nut to hid the QD socket so I switched back to a 1913 SB brace.

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Old 10-19-2019, 12:11 AM
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Think I have it figured out now, much appreciated! I was measuring the RIFLE with the stock collapsed...

For increasing the length of pull I am going to go with a 1" picatinny scope rail riser, if I need more then the TIG will be used to lengthen the riser...

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