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thebluelion

Mini AR-15 stock

by thebluelion Jun 12, 2015
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would it be a bad idea to print this in PLA?

Printing! I'll let you know if it works with TMC buffer tube and also post my make. Thanks for sharing!

Sorry, I don't, best idea would be to see if the dimensions match an AR Mill spec buffer tube

Hello! do you know if this will work in Tippmann TMC paintball rifle? Thanks!

Would love to, it was purchased so don't have a model sorry.

Please, also post that magazine...

I have been wanting to make some stuff. I do have the files for a few different magazines, I'll see what I can find. I have a feeling it wouldn't stay up very long though. I'm pretty surprised the stock itself has survived this long.

How did you all go about attacking the additional butt pad to the mini stock? Glue? If so what type of glue? Thanks.

Nice - but when being used with a shorter than 16" barrel, it would make it a SBR, a class III weapon. Yall probably know, just thought it would be a good idea to add the reminder.

I reduced this by 1% and the fit was much better, but it may just may be my printer

I've printed the original size and it seems a bit big, so im going to try with 1% reduction too ;)

Yes -1% worked much better for me, i have printed several now, I am still trying to figure out how to or what pin to use with it, but it fits so tight now a pin would just be so it didnt accidentally get knocked off and you lose it.if you have any ideas let me know

Man, its been a while, but I'm fairly sure I used an 8 mm roll pin which was the closest I could find. It took a bit of tapping but it went in and has never came back out. I would borrow a pair of calipers and check and make sure. Heres a link:

http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/general-gunsmith-tools/roll-pins/black-roll-pin-kit-prod553.aspx

How does the pin even go in? Where?