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Old 08-06-2013, 12:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Real Steel Stocks on a T9.1

Anyone know if they'll fit? I like the T9/.1, but I hate standard M4 carbine stocks.

Here's the dimensions that real steel AR stocks fit (either milspec or commercial), if anyone with a T9/.1 and a pair of calipers wants to do a little measuring for me. Commercial and milspec are just two different styles of buffer tubes (a buffer tube is what the stock slides onto).



I'd love to find a Magpul MOE stock for one.
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Nobody with a T9 owns calipers? lol
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On the older T9 there were two sizes of stock tube. The older all plastic ones were commercial (though without the slanted back). The later ones with a metal dovetail were mil-spec.

Not sure on the T9.1
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