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Old 04-01-2012, 07:56 PM   #11
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I have a timbersmith thumbhole on mine. That is freakin titties. The mags fit better then they did with the old stock. Check out milsurpstuff.com he's got lots of sks stuff.
titties for sure looks nice
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I have the Tapco Stock you asked about. I like it a lot. It works quite well. The mags are great. I have 3 of the 20 round ones. I have had no feed issues of any kind. I have been using it for several years. The top piece that the gas tube fits in looks nice. But the rail is worthless. It moves too much to be accurate beyond anything close. I mean you could defend yourself with a red dot on one. But you wont win any competitions with it.

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I have the Tapco Stock you asked about. I like it a lot. It works quite well. The mags are great. I have 3 of the 20 round ones. I have had no feed issues of any kind. I have been using it for several years. The top piece that the gas tube fits in looks nice. But the rail is worthless. It moves too much to be accurate beyond anything close. I mean you could defend yourself with a red dot on one. But you wont win any competitions with it.
How is the weight of it compared to factory wood?
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There alot lighter.

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I have the Tapco Stock you asked about. I like it a lot. It works quite well. The mags are great. I have 3 of the 20 round ones. I have had no feed issues of any kind. I have been using it for several years. The top piece that the gas tube fits in looks nice. But the rail is worthless. It moves too much to be accurate beyond anything close. I mean you could defend yourself with a red dot on one. But you wont win any competitions with it.
ya i was going to put optics on the receiver cover figured the gas tube would wobble to much.
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