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Ibgreezy 12-11-2012 8:04 PM

Would this be considered "fixed"?
 
Got an AGP arms ak side folder for my saiga12,
http://i1127.photobucket.com/albums/...876F2644E0.jpg

Here's the Button
http://i1127.photobucket.com/albums/...85299C11BD.jpg

Here's a bridge I made, the button cannot be depressed
http://i1127.photobucket.com/albums/...8550F2539F.jpg

Is this ok? Thanks in advance

kcstott 12-11-2012 8:23 PM

should be as it requires a tool to access.

atsaubrey 12-11-2012 8:31 PM

Agreed, that is a locked stock

antix2 12-11-2012 8:40 PM

Well it ain't purdy! :)
I would also say that stock is fixed and no longer a folding stock.

adamsreeftank 12-11-2012 9:11 PM

Can you push the exposed part of the clip with your finger?

MadRiverArms 12-11-2012 9:15 PM

Can the part you made from a computer slot cover be rotated out of the way? As the above poster asked can you push the catch in with your finger? If yes to either then the answer to your question is no. A better solution IMO would be something like that with bent edges that would fit around the boss so that rotation is impossible until the screw is backed out far enough. It should also be longer to cover the other part of the catch.

-MRA

antix2 12-11-2012 9:19 PM

Yeah, get something other than that card slot cover and make sure it's a bit longer to cover the entire latch.

SJgunguy24 12-12-2012 1:38 AM

This is my opinion.
If you have any mag lock, stock lock, or any device to make your gun compliant with CA AW laws, you should make it so that compliance item cannot be removed with anything that a cop carries on his tool belt.
Most cops are good people, but there are some who would mess with something to throw you in jail. Trust me, I've seen what happens when mag locks "fall off" (tamper with by arresting LEO's)and it ain't pretty.
If that button needs to be depressed to unlock that stock, I would remove that button and replace the spring with a solid piece of plastic so it cannot be manipulated in any way. Or maybe drill a hole and drive a roll pin through it and put a small amount of epoxy on there. If some ill intentioned LEO tries to remove an epoxied roll pin he gonna leave marks and any credibility he had right there for all to see.

hawaii five-0 12-12-2012 4:36 AM

Take that thing apart and put a blocker under the button.Looks terrible like that.

Ibgreezy 12-12-2012 8:25 AM

I really don't want to butcher this thing or pin it. The slot cover is just a proto-type/templet. The latch cannot be pressed all the way in with a finger. How about paracording over the button and latch with something over the button and under the cord?
Thanks guys

SJgunguy24 12-12-2012 10:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ibgreezy (Post 9903166)
I really don't want to butcher this thing or pin it. The slot cover is just a proto-type/templet. The latch cannot be pressed all the way in with a finger. How about paracording over the button and latch with something over the button and under the cord?
Thanks guys

It's really up to you and what you trust your freedom to.
You won't butcher it if you use a button block on the inside of the button. I did it all the time with SCARs and various other folding stock guns.

gunboat 12-12-2012 6:38 PM

I expect a whole new part will be a lot cheaper than bail and a lawyer --

hellayella 12-13-2012 5:11 PM

this was fixed or "neutered" to CALIF standards...

http://i1277.photobucket.com/albums/.../PolishUF3.jpg

http://i1277.photobucket.com/albums/.../PolishUF2.jpg

Ibgreezy 12-15-2012 2:42 PM

Thanks guys for the button block idea, I appreciate it
http://i1127.photobucket.com/albums/...A10D204760.jpg

All I did was cut a small piece of all thread to stop the button from being pressed and it can't be seen.

MadRiverArms 12-15-2012 7:24 PM

Perfect!

-MRA

Jsapata 12-15-2012 7:42 PM

Much cleaner!


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