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    An Uzi stock on an MP5 is not cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eodinert View Post
    An Uzi stock on an MP5 is not cool.
    Well its a poor attempt at one looks a little funky with the rod as a butt pad. But ill will say i do like it but then again im a huge uzi fan ... and the Hinge mech for uzi is or at least appears to be a copy of the mini/micro uzi's (which is a really good, simple, and solid design.

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    Bought one of Flemings stocks when they first came out. For some reason I sold it years later and regretted it. But there was a member here a few years ago who had one for sale and BOOM it's mine! Great fit and finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by har1340 View Post
    Bought one of Flemings stocks when they first came out. For some reason I sold it years later and regretted it. But there was a member here a few years ago who had one for sale and BOOM it's mine! Great fit and finish.
    I cant think of a more appropriate stock for some of his crazy k builds. I've always wanted a to build a 51k and as punishing as that stock would be it would look great on one! That guy really pushed the boundaries of what these guns could do and thats why i had to have a 53k built for my collection. Out of curiosity what do these stock go for nowadays and do they have H buffers? or are they for buffered carriers?

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    You are right, it’s not cool, it’s tactical sexy.

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    So I'm still poking around, and would love to see someone start producing this stock again.

    That being said, has anyone had any experience with the Safe Harbor KES stock?

    It looks solid and even more compact than the Fleming.

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    I own one- bought it when they first came out. It's currently buried in a pile of unused gun gear in the garage. It seemed well built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhouston8 View Post
    I own one- bought it when they first came out. It's currently buried in a pile of unused gun gear in the garage. It seemed well built.
    Worth the price?

    I'm seriously considering this one.

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    Worth the price?

    I'm seriously considering this one.

    Yes. That's the one that lives on my k gun. While the Fleming is in the pile, I def would not sell. I think when I rebought it, I paid $300.00 ouch...

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    Duffman0286,

    You mean like this...



    The Fleming stock is wider than the 91 opening and yes the Fleming stocks have the H buffer installed.

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