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    Default MKE 33 Stock Removal Question

    So i bought this MKE housing and A2 Stock which is welded together. I just want the rear section of the stock to attach to this.

    Anyone got any insight on how to remove just the rear section so that i can just put it on a new back plate?

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    Side note why the hell do they weld those together?

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    Put the buttpad in a vise then rock the stock section back the forth so you separately the buttpad from stock.

    Once buttpad is off use a long screw driver to remove the larger screw inside the stock that secure buffer at rear.

    Importer did it to meet ATF requirements I guess.

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    Worked like a charm! Thank you!

    Did you make that video special for me!? Lol i feel so special.

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    You are welcome, I think video may works better to explain the process. I learned the technique from another post few years ago and I just have the MKE stock out and doing the same conversion as you.

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    Looks like that dude was gunsmithin' in his 'jammy bottoms.

    G57

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    Better than no pants lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Green57 View Post
    Looks like that dude was gunsmithin' in his 'jammy bottoms.

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    LOL... Now I'm famous over YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by undertoe View Post
    Side note why the hell do they weld those together?
    Because the inards are different than a German gun, and gray areas are created.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green57 View Post
    Looks like that dude was gunsmithin' in his 'jammy bottoms.

    G57

    I have the exact copy of those. Very comfy.....but would catch fire easily, with sparks flyin'.

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