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Thread: AIL Cat A stock on an AR15

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    AIL Cat A stock on an AR15

    So I wanted to make an adjustable butt plate for my AR15 AIL stock. This is as far as I have got so far, just a prototype but Ive only had the 3D printer 4 days....Name:  20160716_071216[1].jpg
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    You do know the new model AIL stock is adjustable?

    AR-15 Carbine Skeleton Stock by AIL A Cat
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    Home projects are always fun though Dogmatix, good to see injunuity and the things tinkering people can come up with!


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    Nice one. What's the story with the adjustable, yet a-cat stock? Is it not considered 'telescopic' because you need tools to adjust the LOP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogmatix View Post
    You do know the new model AIL stock is adjustable?

    AR-15 Carbine Skeleton Stock by AIL A Cat
    Saw it, carbine only? Also I want to use a rear bag and a cheek rest as I shoot prone so the big lower hole will have a 20mm aluminium tube epoxied into it to slide on the bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch View Post
    Nice one. What's the story with the adjustable, yet a-cat stock? Is it not considered 'telescopic' because you need tools to adjust the LOP?

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    I was wondering the same thing? That AIL version must fit the e cat rules surely, not because of the pistol grip, but because its telescopic?

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    Glu's new adjustable AIL stocks are approved by Plod for A-Cat.
    Send him a PM with questions.
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    Or I can tag him here so we can all see the answer. @Glu?

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    they are not quickly adjustable, and requires tools to do so, therefore legal.


    much like in the old days when people would jam/lock an adjustable stock to a fixed length
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    Cool, thanks for clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    they are not quickly adjustable, and requires tools to do so, therefore legal.


    much like in the old days when people would jam/lock an adjustable stock to a fixed length
    Hmm that might be an issue I didnt fully consider, my one is meant to be adjustable but nothing as crude and fast as a telescopic on a MSSA. I thought I might have to make the butt piece adjustable via packing and screws rather than wheel, that might be essential might have a chat with my AO.
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    We will have bag riders available with the next run of our new stock .Name:  r 003.jpg
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    We have an E-Cat version that will also work with chassis systems that use the commercial carbine buffer tube . We are working on a cheek riser but I don't know if or when that will be ready. Name:  E-Cat Ar.jpg
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    Just put one of our standard butt stocks with bag rider on an mdt chassis and dropped my 300 blk into it . My eye lines up nice with the MDT stock .
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