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anyone use this method of making a stock "fixed"? opinions? legality wise i believe this would be fine? seems like a better way than using a pin on a stock, and of course would require tools (allen key) to move the position of the stock.

https://www.rangeroll.com/stocklok-info/

 

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9 hours ago, shooter28 said:

Its legal but there's a better and easier way to accomplish the same thing without disassembling the stock internals. 

Only $6 too

https://www.opticsplanet.com/strike-industries-ar-stock-stop.html

I use these. Love em.

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13 hours ago, DirtyDigz said:

With the SI Stock-stop, aren't you limited to certain positions?  If I wanted my stock fixed all the way forward, could I still use the stock-stop?

You can use it in any position

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6 hours ago, shooter28 said:

You can use it in any position

Correct, it's sized 1 slot smaller than the adjustment channel. So you cut it where you want, install each end of the insert into the far ends of the channel, then slide the stock over until it engages the only exposed slot.

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