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Pretty dang good deal for $99 with free shipping. Lower Parts Kit with trigger group along with a buffer tube, buffer, Magpul MOE stock and pistol grip. Will need to put a pin in to fix for NJ.
Mil-Spec MOE Stock: A drop-in replacement buttstock using mil-spec sized receiver extension tubes. Rubber butt-pad which prevents shoulder slippage.
MOE Trigger Guard: A drop-in replacement rear trigger guard. Features "V" shape for better use of gloves, non-folding, with round edges.
MOE+ AR-15 Pistol Grip: combines reinforced polymer body construction with comfortable, wrap-around over-molding for maximum weapon control.
PSA Classic Lower Parts Kit: Provides the part necessities to assemble your AR lower. By Palmetto State Armory.
Mil-Spec Buffer Tube Assembly: 7075 aluminum with buffer springs
Link to PSA
This is my first time posting in the forum. After having searched through both this forum and the inner-webs, in general for information pertaining to the legality of this this particular stock, I have seemingly gotten nowhere, so I figured I'd post/ask about it here.
The stock in question is the Strike Industries Viper Modular Fixed Stock and I am trying to find out if it would count as having one of the "offending features" within the state of NJ?
The stock definitely does not fold, and it does not appear to qualify as telescoping under the traditional sense. The length of pull IS adjustable by means of spacers inserted between the castle nut and the actual stock, BUT the adding/removing of these spacers requires using a hex wrench to completely disassemble the stock first.
My questions are:
Do any of you currently have/use this particular stock here in the State of NJ?
Do you think this stock would qualify as one of NJ's offending features, or at least look "different-enough" to put one under risk of enhanced scrutiny and possible arrest if one had it on their AR-15?
I had one gunsmith tell me that stocks must be permanently pinned (not true, since the only thing I recall as needing to be permanent is the muzzle brake) and I also had a representative from U.S. Law Shield tell me that he "Didn't think it would count as an offending feature, but in the State of NJ who knows?"
Looking forward to the replies.
for sale is an M&P15 sport 2 (NJ compliant) factory config. except for the magpul MOE grip (black) i will include A2 grip as well in sale if you want it. i put about 1000 - 1500 rounds through it, cleaned after every range trip. comes with 1 - 10 round mag, located in Hamilton sq. asking $550 obo --- FPID and DL required
also have 4 FDE hexmag 15/30s very little use. $12 each or $40 for all 4
Was wondering if this stock is legal in NJ. I visited the branchburg Heritage Guild looking for a 10/22 to mod and was informed they basically stopped selling 10/22 AR style stocks and was threaten with getting their license pulled because of them. I wonder if this stock would apply also.
It seems it would only check 1 of the evils for "maybe" having a pistol style grip or the plastic shroud over the barrel might be another.
I'm thinking I'm going to change out my EAA Zastava PAP thumb hole stock to a normal stock and pistol grip. Yes, I know there are threads on how to deal with the slant cut receiver all over the internet. Trust me, I've been researching and reading about what needs to be done everyday for about a week now... Unfortunately, I'm just as confused as when I started researching the topic...
From what I understand, I have a slant cut receiver, limiting what I can/can't do. Online it says if I wanted to put a regular AK stock on it, I'd have to get some kind of conversion piece (something like: http://riflestocks.com/store/product35.html i think). Or I could get a Yugo stock, and it would bolt up w/o modification. When I try to search for Yugo stocks, all that pop up are SKS stock kits.
I really want to replace the thumb hole stock with something like this: http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/AKS-032 -and- http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/3-1029164. A flat dark earth (sand colored) solid stock, kinda like an A2 stock.
What do I have to do to make this happen!? I'm sorry for bringing up something that's been gone over multiple times already. lol