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I have recently been drooling over the archangel sparta stock. I was wondering, and maybe one of you that has it can answer is the stock pin-able for those of us who live in stupid states that say adjustable length of pull is a bad thing?
I'm sure anything is doable but I'm trying to rest my mind on that before I spend to much time convincing the wifey that I need another rifle or trying to find an action to drop into it. cant find much of anything around here.

oh and just for the record im stuck here, at least for a while
 

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currently runnin it, but not sure what you mean by pinnable. explain it and will answer, and get pics for ya
In Kali and other rights restricted states, folding/telescoping stocks = EVIL so what you do is put a roll pin in the device so that it is "pinned open". Thus it does not count as a "folding or telescoping stock".

So the question is, is there a spot where you could drill a hole, put in a roll pin, and make it a "fixed stock" rather than the evil folder/telescoper that gives owners an irresistible urge to commit mass murders or worse, vote for a Republican.

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So the question is, is there a spot where you could drill a hole, put in a roll pin, and make it a "fixed stock" rather than the evil folder/telescoper that gives owners an irresistible urge to commit mass murders or worse, vote for a Republican.
Sorry I don't have an answer for the original question, but I really felt the need to say the forum should have a "Like button" for posts like the above. :biggrin: :beer:

I'd love to put one of those stocks on my Mini-14, but because my state doesn't regulate such things, I wouldn't want the rifle to slip the latches on its case some night and go on a crime spree. <_< :rolleyes:
 
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