Originally Posted by hoffmang
1. This is not a pistol grip. When attached to the firearm, please show me where the stock is.
2. A pistol style grasp has a meaning and this is a rifle style grasp. There are quite a few M1A stocks that are almost exactly the same.
3. If there is confusion, then it's a comment on the law and not the stock. It's the sense of CGF that we can defend anyone accused of having a "by features AW" when simply using this stock.
So the argument is that the part you grip on the Frs-15 is the stock, not the grip so 122761(d) wouldn't apply? Great to hear that CGF is comfortable with this and willing to defend it if an issue arises. Thats good enough for me.
Does that also mean the Promag Archangel should be considered legal as well?