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Went to a gun show this weekend and picked up a rail and hand grip of an AR. The inside of the Choat pistol grip stock has a gap in the stock. The stock liner does not set flush on the stock. It rides of edges that stick out around on the inside. All I did was place the rail on the out side where I wanted it. Marked the holes. Drilled them out. Used the hardware that came with the rail and in about 10 min I had the grip in place. I like how the rifle handles with the grip. I wish I had a dig. camera to place a few picks of it. But it can be easly done and it ran me about $40.00. I'm now on one for my B.C. folder.