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I thought that some of you full-auto shooters might be able to ID this pistol gripped folding stock for me. I am trying to find one identical to it for a project gun.


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That is probably a cobbled together conversion of an Indian 2A or 2A1 Enfield.

You will likely have to construct one yourself from various pieces.
 

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It looks, to me, like one of the ACE folding stocks, with an M16/AR15 pistol grip attached to it.
 

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Correct, it is an A2 cobbled together. I'm trying to identify the folding stock that they used and how they attached the pistol grip.


Bill,

I thought that it was an AR folder. Any ideas how they would have attached the pistol grip? I'm wanting to build an A2 Scout rifle like it, only with a bit more quality than using a different forend.


Thanks for the replies...I appeciate It...

Ron
 

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stock...

The stock is one that was produced in South Africa during the 70's and 80's. Not commonly seen this side of the pond...
 

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Nope... but thanks for the offer...They are a bit scarce in North America, somewhere between chicken lip sausage and rocking horse poop.
 
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