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Anyone have pics? Did a search and found one pic but only part of the stock is shown. Thanks in advance.
 

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That will work, thanks guys!
 

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UK....Debating that very thing as we speak. It is the "shorty" version of the B&T that they don't make any more. Trying to figure what I like and feels better. The B&T is very very compact and would probably feel better if I was'nt 6'2". If I do decide to sell it, are you interested?
 

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UK....Debating that very thing as we speak. It is the "shorty" version of the B&T that they don't make any more. Trying to figure what I like and feels better. The B&T is very very compact and would probably feel better if I was'nt 6'2". If I do decide to sell it, are you interested?
I am 6'5" and I need the longer stock unfortunately

For what its worth, I used to have the stock adapter with the A2 stock and it is pure heaven.. if only it folded... It was about1.5" longer than the Choate folder, which gave perfect cheek weld for me..

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That sounds like what I need to do. I love the look of the B&T, but the cheek weld is tough to get use to. Does anyone know if I cut down the stock adapter if the A2 stock will clear the tabs on an SP89? And what iis the OA length of the adapter and A2 stock combo?
 

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what the pic above shows is the minimum length the stock
adaptor can be and still coexist with the A2 stock without
further modification. you really can't cut off any more from
the front of the adaptor. if you cut off from the rear of the
adaptor it will move the stock closer to the rifle...as it covers
up the 'gap' between rifle and stock. but (!) the 'ears' of the
A2 stock are already touching the tabs on the adaptor already,
unmodified. the tabs on the adaptor further serve to prevent
the A3 from sliding into retracted mode on SP-89 clones w/o
the receiver tabs.



yes, you can shorten the adaptor, but realistically, it will only
benefit if mated with an A3 stock. still, you'll need to mill the
little tabs off the adaptor to allow the A3 to function in retract
mode.
 

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Thats what I needed to know. I think I will keep my current set up. Thanks Raymond.
 
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