View Full Version : WTS: Troy MCS, available with U-15 buttstock

06-04-2007, 7:09 PM
I have several Troy M-14 Modular Chassis Systems on-hand ready to ship.

We will ship these to California as they are legal to own. While in California if fitted with a pistol grip they must be installed on a registered Assault Rifle, Properly documented LEO weapon, or Military Issue rifle. Otherwise, they may be built in the same manner as an off-list lower, or not installed while in California.

They are black with selector cut and have the upper and lower half and hardware only. They do not have a stock, grips, or sights so you can purchase and install whatever you want. This is what you get for $625


For weight references: The MCS lower half with a VLTOR Collapsing 5 position carbine stock, Tango Down Grip and 1 TD panel weighs 3lbs. 1oz (actually 3lbs. 0.8oz)

GI Birch E2 stock with hardware: 3lbs 6.3oz

MCS Top and Bottom: 3lbs 12.3oz
MCS Bottom Half: 2lbs 2.6oz
MCS Top Half: 1lb 9.7oz

Review of the rifle pictured below with installation instructions and pictures (http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=6&f=6&t=220944)

Here is another customer's range review with pics (http://www.m14hdw.proboards50.com/index.cgi?board=ebr&action=display&thread=1179788033)

They will ship US Postal Service Priority mail, US Only

$625 Plus $8 Shipping

I also have some replacement Barrel Band, Oprod Guide & Pin Sets available for $40 for those who want to remove their action from a Sage and install it in a MCS, but lost their parts.

NOTE: This will accept the Monster man Grip and a fixed stock just like an Off List Lower (OLL). You can set this up just like a OLL.

Texas Residents add 8.25% sales tax

We accept (discrete) PayPal, USPS MO, Visa, MC, AMEX, and Discover.

PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO: law483@yahoo.com with an "I'll take it" and the number of stocks you want.

Dealers, for dealer prices send credentials/tax ID/Resale certificates to:

LAW483 Enterprises
PO Box 2892
Weatherford, TX 76086

Best Regards,


02-23-2008, 2:46 PM
Do you have a photo of the Troy MCS with U-15 stock installed?