so I found this grip/stock that would be great to have on my TC ENCORE
https://secure.riflestock.com/catalog_page_detail.cfm?recordno=1&Product_Catalog ID=2992&ProductNumber=09-01-28&ProductCode=1&ProductSubCodeID=256&NewProduct= 0
thing is I dont know if its legal or not, the thing about it is I have a pistol ENCORE so obviously a stock is illegal with any barrel under 16 inches unless you have a license to which I dont. The thing about the stock is that it can come apart meaning the grip can seperate from the m4 stock you basickly screw in the buffer tube to basickly a pistol grip and you have a stock so you can basickly take out your m4 stock or buy an m4 stock of your liking and screw it on the grip. It be great to have because I can unscrew the stock and have myself a pistol grip, then screw in the m4 stock and I can put in a rifle barrel or a shotgun barre and not have to take out the grip all I would have to do is screw in the buffer tube and there you have it.
thing is I hunt and thinking about buying a shotgun barrel for the areas that a long gun would suit better than a handgun so I have 2 guns in a small package a handgun and a shotgun but I dont know if its lega to have a grip like that. I think the conservation officers would think Im using a stock with my pistol which I would never plan to do since I enjoy my 308 encore barrel as a handgun plus what if im out on a hunt and decide not to bring the shotgun barrel and just have my pistol configuration but with that same grip or if I forget to bring my shotgun barrel and they see that I have a stock attatchment with but not on the gun.
what are your guys thaughts? I really like the idea of that stock/grip but it makes me feel like Im breaking the law, am I better with just having a grip on its own and a stock on its own or am I fine with having the one grip for the 308 pistol barrel that can convert to a stock when I plan to use the shotgun barrel?