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Old 08-26-2011, 09:13 PM
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its supposed to overhang the mag well.
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Wow really....I almost can't slide the safety or get a good hold on the mag release. It may take a bit of file work and sanding
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Old 08-26-2011, 10:32 PM
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Wow really....I almost can't slide the safety or get a good hold on the mag release. It may take a bit of file work and sanding
I think your not inserting the action in at a angle, you can't drop it straight in.
That silver part that sticks out has to go in that indentation at the back of the receiver that is formed from the trigger guard.

I can easily reach the safety etc.

see this thread:

https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...d.php?t=405988

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Old 08-26-2011, 10:39 PM
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Gap filler pic

Pic of the DIY gap filler I made with epoxy putty.
Also this shows how the receiver and trigger guard should sit in the stock.
Safety and mag release are all easily accessible.

I didn't have any flat black enamel, so it sticks out a bit with the gloss.



another pic this time with the gap filler:

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Wow! That came out great! You've got skills

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thanks, I repainted the gap filler flat black and it looks even better.
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looking good....it the post man does his job today I should have mine assembled tonight.
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looking good....it the post man does his job today I should have mine assembled tonight.
Did you get the receiver to seat properly?
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yeah I did. I hadn't loosened that rear screw to allow some play in that hold down bracket. I ended up not doing the JB Weld. I may try it w/o and if needed I can do your mod. The finish came out nice, super simple!

On the front of the stock is another bolt (like the ones on the bottom to mount the rail) what is that one for?

Oh and do you happen to have a tri mag holder? Since the mag well is so far up. I am worried the depth of the mag well won't allow the tri mag to fully seat. In CA we only have 10rd mags (ugh). and I'd like to quickly swap em out.
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yeah I did. I hadn't loosened that rear screw to allow some play in that hold down bracket. I ended up not doing the JB Weld. I may try it w/o and if needed I can do your mod. The finish came out nice, super simple!

On the front of the stock is another bolt (like the ones on the bottom to mount the rail) what is that one for?

Oh and do you happen to have a tri mag holder? Since the mag well is so far up. I am worried the depth of the mag well won't allow the tri mag to fully seat. In CA we only have 10rd mags (ugh). and I'd like to quickly swap em out.
Glad to hear you got it all working.
I have no idea what the mount at the front is for, I guess it could be for a bipod or some other accessory. Don't have a tri-mag holder as the 25 rounders are legal here in Wisc(and Michigan)
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EWB,

How about a picture?....throw me a bone here...I'm starting to twitch.

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compared to M&P 1522

Here is a shot of the completed Para stock next to my M&P 1522

The Para is a considerably lighter package. The walnut is much lighter than even
a tapco T6.

Notice how the grip and trigger placement are almost the same between the two, if I put a buttpad on the para it will give a bit more play with the stock length.

I have a rubber buttpad on order for the para.


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Old 08-29-2011, 11:51 PM
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sorry guys....not the best light. I will get some more in daylight. All I need is a castle nut wrench. and a few little tweaks but its a shooter. Thanks to snorkel for this build!


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Looks good EWB :-)

I do see some differences between your stock and mine, they must be making them completely by hand and using a router for the inletting.

Some of the differences I did, for instance; I redid the thread adapter so it was more centered and I rounded off the end so it flowed into the adapter a bit better, but your mag well area looks quite a bit different and my receiver does fit a bit lower as well.

I think you do need to take a bit of material off the bottom between the mag well and stock adapter. mine does not appear to be as thick in that area.

Looks darn good though, you did a good job on the finish, did you use the tung oil finish from Fornbys?

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Old 08-31-2011, 01:29 PM
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Gonna shoot it at the range and see how she does. I am sure there will be some mods. That is the nice part about that finish. I used minwax tung oil. My local store didn't carry formby's
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