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whobob
03-31-2010, 6:23 PM
http://riflestocks.com/catalog/images/arrb.fx.fs.jpg

This is the 9.5" in new condition, I was using it on my ar .22lr. It will not work with the standard ar15 bcg.

$160

jd1911
04-23-2010, 1:44 PM
Is this item still available?

telcolineman
04-23-2010, 2:10 PM
How does this stock function? the buffer can not travel so the bolt can not travel to load or unload?

djleisure
04-23-2010, 2:26 PM
It would need to be on a dedicated .22 upper - you don't need a buffer tube for those.

cqbdude
04-23-2010, 2:33 PM
And is a folding stock legal for a dedicated .22 lower?

djleisure
04-23-2010, 2:38 PM
There is no such thing as a dedicated .22 lower. But if you mean is it legal to put this on a lower w/o a bullet button, then yes, it is as long as you only attach a .22 upper to it AND as long as the gun is at least 26" with the stock folded.

coq
04-23-2010, 2:50 PM
How does this stock function? the buffer can not travel so the bolt can not travel to load or unload?

This could be used when running a .22 LR setup or what Ace calls an "alternate recoil system (http://www.zmweapons.com/lr_rifles.htm)."

flashhole
04-23-2010, 4:17 PM
There is no such thing as a dedicated .22 lower. But if you mean is it legal to put this on a lower w/o a bullet button, then yes, it is as long as you only attach a .22 upper to it AND as long as the gun is at least 26" with the stock folded.

I don't usually add to a thread but this may be worth mentioning.

I believe the minimum length in CALIFORNIA is 30" not 26" which is the Federal Minimum operational length. Having one operational under 30" in California classifies it as an AW.

Please correct me if I'm wrong, and my apologies for putting this in a "for sale" thread

GS

flashhole
04-23-2010, 4:22 PM
Oops! I'd forgotten we were talking about a .22 upper. I'm correcting myself and agreeing that 26" is the min. legal length for a .22

GS

This is why I don't post much

DREADNOUGHT78
04-23-2010, 4:48 PM
There is no such thing as a dedicated .22 lower. But if you mean is it legal to put this on a lower w/o a bullet button, then yes, it is as long as you only attach a .22 upper to it AND as long as the gun is at least 26" with the stock folded.

Spikes Tactical makes a .22 dedicated lower.
http://www.spikestactical.com/z/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=104_65&products_id=135

djleisure
04-23-2010, 4:50 PM
Spikes Tactical makes a .22 dedicated lower.
http://www.spikestactical.com/z/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=104_65&products_id=135
Oh yeah, I know there are lowers out there that say ".22 LR" or whatever, my point is, that still does not magically make it a dedicated .22 lower. Just like I can throw any caliber upper on a lower marked "5.56" - that's what I meant. ;)

telcolineman
04-23-2010, 5:12 PM
I see a .22 stock, Makes sense now. Thanks guys