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I've been looking for a G3 SG1 stock for a while now and haven't seen even one pop up for sale. Have these become so rare that its not even really worth continuing to look for them? I've already exhausted my fun/gun money for the year but a G3 SG1 build has always been something I thought would be a lot of fun.
 

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I've been looking for a G3 SG1 stock for a while now and haven't seen even one pop up for sale. Have these become so rare that its not even really worth continuing to look for them? I've already exhausted my fun/gun money for the year but a G3 SG1 build has always been something I thought would be a lot of fun.
I have hardly ever seen any. I have one for a 91T I bought on here and I nearly sold it off thinking that cheek piece was permanent. However, you just loosen these little screws on the cheek riser- and the whole thing pops off turning it into a regular stock. Pretty neat.
 

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This is a link to IEA Mil-Optics in Germany. They have them and you can import from them. There are a couple of hoops you have to jump thru. You can start by emailing them. I had better luck when I translated into German from English. Because, that gets the best results. I imported 4 of them 2015.

IEA - Schäfte/Abzüge
 

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I also saw thread in the HK parts for sale with a 93 SG1 stock for sale. Looks a little expensive but I'm not sure of the availability. If you were to purchase it and wanted to recoup some of your purchase, I would be glad to buy the 93 receiver end cap. I am having no luck finding anything in the grey color to match my weapon. I would like to get a standard stock and the A3 model if at all possible. I have one of the 93 SG1 stocks and it is a little longer than the standard stock. I attempted to take mine apart but didn't get very far as I didn't want to mar up the stock by taking off the butt pad. The two openings that hold the cheek riser look like they would fall right in line with the bigger screw that goes into the back of the buffer but I guess it is in there as I couldn't get it off by only removing the two inside by the buffer.

I bumped the thread to the top in the parts for sale.
 

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The 2 stocks are completely different. You can not remove the end cap or change out the buffers. The check rest adjustment tubes go all the way thru the stock. Thus blocking the rear buffer mounting screw.
 

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This is a link to IEA Mil-Optics in Germany. They have them and you can import from them. There are a couple of hoops you have to jump thru. You can start by emailing them. I had better luck when I translated into German from English. Because, that gets the best results. I imported 4 of them 2015.

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That is a great link, thank you! Luckily I probably remember enough of the German I took in college to place a simple order. Did they have a minimum order quantity or Euro amount to ship to the USA, or what kind of hoops do you remember there being to order?
 

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The 2 stocks are completely different. You can not remove the end cap or change out the buffers. The check rest adjustment tubes go all the way thru the stock. Thus blocking the rear buffer mounting screw.

The only difference should be the receiver end cap. I own both HK 91 and HK 93, and I can take the standard stocks apart and trade them as I like. Same dimensions except for the end cap itself. Is there something you know that I don't?
 

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Hkparts.net has new MSG90 stocks in stock right now.
 

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The only difference should be the receiver end cap. I own both HK 91 and HK 93, and I can take the standard stocks apart and trade them as I like. Same dimensions except for the end cap itself. Is there something you know that I don't?
Well yes there must be. You have a issue with reading comprehension.

I said that "The cheek rest adjustment tubes go all the way thru the stock. Thus blocking the rear buffer mounting screw."

Which means you can't get the screw out. Unless you wreck the stock.

This has been beaten to death over the years. There is no secret way of removing said screw.
 

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Well yes there must be. You have a issue with reading comprehension.

I said that "The check rest adjustment tubes go all the way thru the stock. Thus blocking the rear buffer mounting screw."

Which means you can't get the screw out. Unless you wreck the stock.

This has been beaten to death over the years. There is no secret way of removing said screw.

No problem with reading whatsoever. I HAVE THE SG1 STOCK! I know very well where the adjustment tubes go through, and I'm pretty sure that it is a cheek rest. You said, "The 2 stocks are completely different", that is why I asked the question to you. I see though that like so many you would rather insult than be helpful.
 

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Actually GFarmer I believe he is right on removing the rear screw. I have seen a few of these stocks on gunbroker before. I had a heck of a time selling the one I had. Do ask if the SG1 stock you see has the standard or heavy buffer. The early ones had the standard buffers. That is not a big deal for me but it does affect resale value.
 

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Actually GFarmer I believe he is right on removing the rear screw. I have seen a few of these stocks on gunbroker before. I had a heck of a time selling the one I had. Do ask if the SG1 stock you see has the standard or heavy buffer. The early ones had the standard buffers. That is not a big deal for me but it does affect resale value.
Actually, I didn't ask him if there was a way to get the rear screw out. My question was what is the difference between the two. He stated that there was a difference. My reply was that I think the only difference is the receiver end cap. I don't believe there is a difference in the stock body itself. If there is a difference please tell me what it is.
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The difference is this.

G3 SG1 stock the recoil rod is connected to the mounting plate. The mounting plate has 2 pin holes.

HK33 SG1 recoil rod is not mounted to the mounting plate. The mounting plate has 1 hole.

Thus they are not interchangeable.

If you would have taken a look at the HK33 SG1 stock in the link you commented on.

http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-parts...ser-stock-vg-condition-395-shipped-conus.html

Then compared it to said SG1 stock that you own. You should have noticed the difference.
 

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The difference is this.

G3 SG1 stock the recoil rod is connected to the mounting plate. The mounting plate has 2 pin holes.

HK33 SG1 recoil rod is not mounted to the mounting plate. The mounting plate has 1 hole.

Thus they are not interchangeable.

If you would have taken a look at the HK33 SG1 stock in the link you commented on.

http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-parts...ser-stock-vg-condition-395-shipped-conus.html

Then compared it to said SG1 stock that you own. You should have noticed the difference.

You're such a smart A**! I know full and well what the difference is between a 91 and a 93 receiver end cap. That is what the stock body fits into, you and your knowledgable self should understand by now what I am asking.
 

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The difference is this.

G3 SG1 stock the recoil rod is connected to the mounting plate. The mounting plate has 2 pin holes.

HK33 SG1 recoil rod is not mounted to the mounting plate. The mounting plate has 1 hole.

Thus they are not interchangeable.

If you would have taken a look at the HK33 SG1 stock in the link you commented on.

http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-parts...ser-stock-vg-condition-395-shipped-conus.html

Then compared it to said SG1 stock that you own. You should have noticed the difference.

I didn't ask you what the difference is between the receiver end caps between a 91 and a 93. I know the difference without help from smart a**es like yourself. You said there was a difference, I asked about the stock body. NOT the end cap, Not the butt pad, the piece in between.
 

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Took you long enough read the question and get the answer, You sure are a thick headed son of a gun, probably fit right in in Atlanta or San Francisco.
 

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Not trying to hi-jack or derail the topic, but if the OP or somebody else is planning or in the process of ordering/importing those HK-91/G3SG1 stocks, please let me know and I'll help out as much as possible since I would love to have one as well.

ALSO!! One of those older styled heavy bi-pods would be cool as heck!!
 

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If the OP is patient they do come up now and again. I bought mine off a fellow board member a year or 2 ago. It has been collecting dust and will likely end up on my G3K project at least until I get the 21 clubfoot stock. It all depends on what optik I decide to mount on there and how well the riser works with it whether it will remain for its utility or get swapped for cool factor.
 
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