Originally Posted by TexasGunner
I must see pictures of this here gun!!!
I'm out on the truck for three more weeks so no pics for a while. Just search utube that's where I found the mod. All these look pretty much the same. Just a few small details of difference.
Do look up cross pinned stocks on rimfire central. The stock reciever moves around a little with the butler creek folder, just 1 screw holds it in place. And its at the end of the action. Rear of action raises when you pull back on trigger.
Best mod that I could make and cost less than $10 in parts since I was doing the stock anyway. Two more drilled holes and the receiver sits rock solid in the stock with no bedding. Mine was done with 3/16 inch solid pins drilled and tapped for 6-32 machine screws on each end. Pins replace triggerguard to reciever pins but are longer and go through the side of the stock. Put a low dome large head screw on each side, simple and elegant.
I have recently seen a few restock jobs on the takedown with other stocks than the Butler creek folder. Rare but more options....
If I had the time, I would consider building a wooden version of the stock and use the sidefold ar15 style stock with a wood car15 butt....
Food for thought
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