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    Def NOT HK...

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    That's a second gen POF stock. The first versions were very close to HK in fit and appearance. The POF factory got damaged I believe from an earthquake or some type of collapse when those second gens started to appear after that. The visual giveaway is the contour of the forks and the metal appearance on the cap. I would buy a first gen POF stock with no hesitation, pass on the second Gen. Numrich had both versions in stock at one time before running OOS.
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    Aren't the bolts and nuts on the buffer plate a dead give away as well. If I was you I would put some loktite on the nuts. They will work their way off after so many rounds!

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    Welds around the sling loop are gloppy, stock release lever looks cheap - not smooth in the centers of the tab on each side, paint/finish even though worn does not look good.

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    Thank you gentlemen for all the input. This retractable stock is one of four I found while going through my "pile of HK stuff". My better half has been on my a$$ to straighten up and categorize what the hell I have after 30+ years acquiring HK pieces and parts. The other three retractable stocks are definitely HK. I am amazed at all the stuff lurking in various corners and hidden spaces. The retractable stocks are only one small part of it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post
    Can you gentlemen please tell me how you know this.
    POF parts look like they were sculpted out of chocolate by a confectionary artist.

    Look for rough file marks that have been painted over and small parts that were copied from a genuine Hk part using a sand table at a Pakistani foundry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prez View Post
    POF parts look like they were sculpted out of chocolate by a confectionary artist.

    Look for rough file marks that have been painted over and small parts that were copied from a genuine Hk part using a sand table at a Pakistani foundry.
    Are all POF parts decidedly inferior? Are any worthwhile/up to spec consistently?

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    As everyone else has said, not an Hk. If the part doesn't look 'crisp' then it's almost never a factory HK part.

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