shows that the B&T stocks could be molded to have a latch that holds it in the closed position.
The simple opposing protrusions appear to engage each other just enough to hold the stock to the side but release easily.
For my USC/UMP conversion I use a small piece of velcro on the side of the buttpad and on the receiver. Small enough so it doesn't stand out but big enough so it keeps the stock from flopping around. I saw a guy at Evolution Gun Works (EGW, Quakertown, PA) who milled out some material and put a recessed magnet in the receiver and buttpad. That worked great, but was a bit too permanent and stood out
Are there any other ways anyone has seen for both the SL8/G36K and USC/UMP conversions? Tbostic included a small piece of resin (plastic?) with his conversion block. It was a great idea, but I could never find a way to mount it with any degree of reliability.
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