That's the latest generation 5.56 stock. You can tell it's not a pistol stock because of the fork length and lack of a BHO cutout.Im not sure if thats the right callable stock. Maybe someone can chime in and correct me. Im not sure if they changed over time from convex to the current version on this model. Any edification would be greatly appreciated.
That is the correct latest generation stock.Im not sure if thats the right callable stock. Maybe someone can chime in and correct me. Im not sure if they changed over time from convex to the current version on this model. Any edification would be greatly appreciated.
When I sell a 93 that I put a collapsible stock on, I usually include the original factory A2 stock, but I’ve had people tell me to keep it because they have no use for it anyway and they really just want the A3, and around this price point they consider it a “good” deal given what 93s and A3 stocks are going for individually. I get your point though, but it seems like there’s a current 93 crazeSo not original parts HK93 went for $4500. Not seeing the deal there. That’s really more appropriately the HK53 stock.
I agree, and the 42 prefix guns already command a small premium over their counterparts. If the buyer is happy that’s all that mattersWhile the stock isn't original to the era and looks weird on the rifle, IH is a somewhat rarity-with only 525 units to enter the US> To some that really matters and may be worth the extra$. I'm having a hard time with the pictures- It doesn't really look NATO black- but that could be the lighting I suppose-? unless there were a few that weren't NB, that I'm not sure- When was the finish transition? Idk- Good luck to whoever purchased this- If it hasn't been shot to death, they did ok-- as long as they are happy.