Compared to Ironwood the price is much better, it's a finished stock with hardware that is ready to go. Ironwood may be a great product but they are a hassle to order from and they are just inviting other companies to come in and just eat their lunch.
This one says it's for Romanian so I guess it depends which Mak variant you have if it would work or not.
read a review on AR-15.com. not bad but not good is what I got from it. many years ago I bought one of the first conversion kits from RPB in Georgia. it was a FSE oak stock set rather nice but required fitting, something I was not good at back then. just recently I purchased a beech stock made by Ironwood for my AKM-63 clone, it slipped right in the receiver no problems, no fitting.
so I guess what I am saying is from what I gathered from the review its more like the FSE stock set, a good value for the money but the purchaser was disappointed with what he got.
Ended up ordering one for an old Egyptian AK with the uncomfortable thumb hole stock. I had swapped out the internals with TAPCO trigger group as the plan was to order up an Ironwood stock but it was a hassle to try and get through on the phone they don't pick up or email they don't answer and then mail in a check so I never got around to it. The Timber Smith stock was probably the better choice as I only paid $200 for the AK to start with and I didn't want to spend a whole lot on a stock for it.
Initial inspection of the Timber Smith looked good, finish was decent and the mill work looked good all around. The top hand guard was a bit difficult as the Egyptian gas tube hand guard ferrules were slightly too short. After looking at a few other AKs on hand it looks like it's just something peculiar to the Egyptian and I ended up swapping the gas tube for a spare one I had laying around and more or less matched the finish. Apart from that everything else fit up perfectly and the rifle now looks the way an AK was meant to.