Discussion in 'Firearms' started by VisuTrac, Jan 19, 2013.
I got about a thousand rounds if needed. I'd share some.
Archangel Nomad Folding Rifle Stock System
The Promag Archangel Nomad rifle stock system will transform your Ruger 10/22 into a folding stock tactical rifle with the looks of a G36. Constructed of carbon fiber reinforced polymer for light weight and durability. The drop-in fit requires no gunsmithing. The Nomad stock is 36 3/4" overall with the stock extended and 28 3/8" with the stock folded. Included sights are adjustable for windage and elevation. An extended magazine release and an extended bolt release are included with the stock system. The handguard includes an accessory rail to attach vertical grips and other rail mounted devices. Includes one 25-round polymer magazine.
Stock weight 3 pounds
Folded length 28 3/8" (with 18 1/2" barrel)
Extended length 36 3/4" (with 18 1/2" barrel)
Extended magazine and bolt release
Aluminum handguard rail
Aluminum flash hider (fits 18 1/2" standard contour barrels)
Dummy suppressor (fits 18 1/2" standard contour barrels)
Extended 25-Round Magazine
MADE IN USA
The aluminum flash hider and dummy supressor will only work with the standard sporter contour barrels, and will not work with the aftermarket bull barrels. The stock system will work with bull barrels.
This stock will work with any factory or aftermarket magazine. The Promag extended magazine is shaped like a G36 magazine to complete the look of the stock, but is not required.
Skuttlebutt is mid to late march it hits retailers.
I think I'm going to take a cosmoed 53, yank the bayo and plunk it in a new home.
or at least that's the plan for now.
Oh, I got me one on order. Should arrive some time in June.
Did you ever get the Archangel stock for your Mosin. I just noticed todays Natchez Shooter supply catalog had them for $166
Y'all mean this one? @tacmotusn
this was one of the kickstarter/angel investor/early adopter projects i got in on last year.
And yes, i got a handful of the 10rd detachable mags too.
still kicks like a mule but at least it's not a steel buttplate trying to separate my shoulder from my arm.
I may of seen the hex head a time or two ?
Hex in a model russian(reworked by a combloc country) 91/59 not very common. Round was more common. You can find hexes in 91/30's way more frequently and not much of a premium either. Brokor's 91/59 .. that's one I'd not be transplanting into an after market stock .. it needs to remain in it's comsoline encrusted wood from the taiga of Ivanland!
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