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Hello all, new to HK clones and the forum. I have a Greek EBO. Ordered a new buttstock from RTG as well as a mounting hardware kit. Two questions.

I've found the large buffer screw isn't long enough to engage the buffer. Is it a problem to install the buffer without the buffer screw?

Is there a trick to getting the buttpad onto the stock? Those clips are pretty tight. I've found just trying to push it on while in a vice didn't work and im afraid a mallet might break the buttpad.

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You can install the stock without the big buffer screw and be OK. The stock will, in theory, be stonger with it in place though. It would bug me until I figured it out and installed the screw correctly.
The butt pad can be installed with sharp application of brute force. Align the pad and give it a good whack, it'll pop right in place. Don't be shy with it.
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Thank you, i kinda figured it would involve gorilla power just wanted to confirm first. I tend to be paranoid about breaking things when it comes to my guns.

The screw thing is a real head scratcher, can't figure why it's not long enough to get to the buffer. Maybe its the modern construction of the stock i have?
 

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Hello all, new to HK clones and the forum. I have a Greek EBO. Ordered a new buttstock from RTG as well as a mounting hardware kit.
I have a SAR 8 myself, so I'm assuming that you replaced the thumbhole style stock that it was imported with. You may already know this, but I just want to make sure you know that you have to comply with the 922r rules if you change it from its 'sporterized' configuration. You'll need 7 US made parts to make the rifle compliant. You can find out more by searching the forums or by looking here:
922r Compliant HK 91 Parts
 
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