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    Well, I've got a B&T adjustable helmet stock, a Tailhook, and an SP5K. I don't want to go through the hassle of SBRing it with the quality of braces on the market currently so I was staring at the items and having a beer when I had the thought below (Please ignore my mess. I picked up a pre-owned Scar 17, Five-seven, and Desert Eagle on Sunday and haven't recovered from the HOURS of cleaning I did that evening) :




    I haven't installed it and shouldered the gun, but it seemed comfortable and functional based on my observations. Am I just asking for trouble if I were to machine an adapter and install the Tailhook upside down in place of the factory B&T butt? No permanent modification to the B&T stock would be required.

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    I am not a lawyer, but I think you would still need to be able to put your arm though the TailHook and grab the pistol grip.

    Just my 2 cents

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    I would think... you would have undergone the process of redesigning its original design.

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    @andrew1182 I see where your head is with that, its a good idea. However I don't think its worth the hassle. Just get a tax stamp, it SO much better an an SBR and a forward grip! {I should know, right ;-) }

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluegrassstalker View Post
    @andrew1182 I see where your head is with that, its a good idea. However I don't think its worth the hassle. Just get a tax stamp, it SO much better an an SBR and a forward grip! {I should know, right ;-) }
    Yea I know, but I like to travel with my guns across state lines quite a bit and really don't want to go through the hassle everytime! I've got an HKparts m4 stock adaptor ordered, a Hera side folder adaptor, a gearhead 9" buffer tube, and a Tailhook lined up. Currently running the SB tactical folder, but don't like the little bit of flex I get.

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    You need this.

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    Leef, how would one obtain one of these. Nice to see another NC person here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew1182 View Post
    It looks like the Safety Harbor Firearms setup, but I'm not certain.
    Lol, tried to google that place and got they exceeded their bandwidth limit.

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