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Old 08-28-2019, 10:04 AM
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35 bucks brand new. (29+shipping)
Thinking that's not to bad of a deal.
I really like the one I have.
Fits the action very well.
Lighter than a pallet wood stock.
It's probably indestructible?
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Old 08-28-2019, 12:59 PM
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is it the same stock AGP sells for $15?
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Old 08-29-2019, 12:42 AM
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Yes..and out of stock.
So I bought one from s&p...
Been on a waiting list for quite some time.
Finally one showed up.
I really like these polymer stocks.
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Old 08-29-2019, 01:46 PM
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Here's the other polymer stock..
I like it ALOT.
Fits perfectly 👌
Light and strong.
Got this carbine set up nicely methinks.
Very accurate with a stock factory carbine barrel.
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Old 08-30-2019, 11:46 AM
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Well.. this ain't what I thought I ordered?
Thinking I ordered a Carbine stock.
With a barrel band..
This is what showed up on the mail.
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Old 08-30-2019, 11:50 AM
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I will say.. it's different.
Has sling swivels inlets built in.
This is my very first 10/22 I bought 43 years ago.
Been CPC'd
Stock fits absolutely perfect.very nice and snug.
Trigger unit fits nice and flush.
Wrist is nice and slim.
Free floating too.
Very solid no teeter totter.
Not what I thought I ordered.. but I do think it'll be just fine.
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Old 08-31-2019, 01:40 PM
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Well.. this ain't what I thought I ordered?
Thinking I ordered a Carbine stock.
With a barrel band..
This is what showed up on the mail.
that's from a 31145...one of the new models of Carbine available
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Old 09-03-2019, 09:08 PM
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Well.. this ain't what I thought I ordered?
Thinking I ordered a Carbine stock.
With a barrel band..
This is what showed up on the mail.
that's from a 31145...one of the new models of Carbine available


Turned out very well. Seems to be a good strong stock.
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I just ordered one of these as well. The hardwood that came on the (barely) used 2016 model I picked up was very poorly fitted and finished. Let the wife pick between Charcoal and Gray, ended up ordering Charcoal. Decent deal, with my limited knowledge of suppliers and eBay prices compared.
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Turned out very well. Seems to be a good strong stock.
I haven't seen one in person yet.. how's the LOP compared to a standard wood carbine stock?
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Turned out very well. Seems to be a good strong stock.
I haven't seen one in person yet.. how's the LOP compared to a standard wood carbine stock?

To me it's just like a Sporter stock.
Fits me very well. Shoulders smoothly.
Been messing around with it a little bit.
She's one stiff stock.
I do think that you're gonna like it.
With a 18.5 factory Carbine barrel.
It's perfectly proportion..looks like a small rifle.
I had CPC mill off the front sight on my barrel
(Still have the sight band) CPC also set her back and squared and trued her.
Fits the barrel channel perfectly. Free floating.
scope only is what she is now.
Leupolds straight 4 rimfire scope.
One seriously good shooter.
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Old 09-04-2019, 01:09 AM
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I just ordered one of these as well. The hardwood that came on the (barely) used 2016 model I picked up was very poorly fitted and finished. Let the wife pick between Charcoal and Gray, ended up ordering Charcoal. Decent deal, with my limited knowledge of suppliers and eBay prices compared.



I do believe you'll be very pleased with how it fits.
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'Hope that the molded-in QD sling holes don't tear out like those on the Marlin XT series plastic stocks are prone to do.
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'Hope that the molded-in QD sling holes don't tear out like those on the Marlin XT series plastic stocks are prone to do.
Yea I hope they hold up. I'll be drilling a normal sling mount into it to use with the bipod, so the molded-in will get used on this stock.
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'Hope that the molded-in QD sling holes don't tear out like those on the Marlin XT series plastic stocks are prone to do.
Yea I hope they hold up. I'll be drilling a normal sling mount into it to use with the bipod, so the molded-in will get used on this stock.


I'm wondering?
What to use to connect my sling to these inlets on the stock ?
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