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    You probably have a better cheekweld than the A3 stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islandfocus2 View Post
    Submitted the Form 1 via eForms on Aprial 29. Got approved on May 29. Just 30 days after submitting. I like folders so I replaced the SB brace to the B&T stock.



    Looks great. Love the B&T side folder. I have an A2 on my PTR and an A3 F for my Zenith. I think I'm going to order the B&T side folder as well for those longer range days.
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    One of the used stocks from HK parts. Just needs a little spray can black.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walruskid74 View Post
    One of the used stocks from HK parts. Just needs a little spray can black.
    I also have the older HK A3 stocks that I took apart and re-painted it using VHT Epoxy Paint in Satin Black yesterday. The only thing that I baked for an hour is the back end and cover. I air dried the stock and did not bake it due to the polymer butt stock.

    It turned out very nice! I just finished assembling/putting the A3 stock back together this morning. Here’s some photos.














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    I like both the collapsible and the fixed on the MP5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retrodog View Post
    It was out of stock at several places last week and listed as discontinued. Now I don't see the "discontinued" word listed any longer. I think I saw it on Optics planet and Bud's. Now it appears to be available again. Weird.
    I just purchased the K-type SB Tactical Brace from Bud's for $145.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islandfocus2 View Post
    I also have the older HK A3 stocks that I took apart and re-painted it using VHT Epoxy Paint in Satin Black yesterday. The only thing that I baked for an hour is the back end and cover. I air dried the stock and did not bake it due to the polymer butt stock.

    It turned out very nice! I just finished assembling/putting the A3 stock back together this morning. Here’s some photos.















    I might go the same route as well when I get my NFA paperwork and get one of the used A3 stocks on HK Parts. How many coats of paint did you put on that? Or was it just one?




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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Mcclane View Post
    I might go the same route as well when I get my NFA paperwork and get one of the used A3 stocks on HK Parts. How many coats of paint did you put on that? Or was it just one?

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    I used 4 coats. Started out with just a dusting and used a hair dryer (in hot) to get the paint to settle after each spray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islandfocus2 View Post
    I used 4 coats. Started out with just a dusting and used a hair dryer (in hot) to get the paint to settle after each spray.


    Thanks. I will probably do the same. I will make sure to get the same type of paint you used as well.



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    I need to get off my butt and submit a few more Form 1s this year!!

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