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Old 05-18-2014, 10:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Roc Stock on M17

Played my first game today with the Roc stock on my M17.
And it's worth every penny.
I can use my reddot and magnifier without a riser, and maintain a low profile.
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Got a picture? Would love to see the setup
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Say what!!! Did you have to modify anything for the roc stock to fit or do they make a version for the m17 now?

Think this would work on a parapro? Not sure if the parapro and m-17 are similar enough in this regard.

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It's simple.
Order the T9.1 version of the roc stock.
Get a RAP4 90 degrees ASA with remote line connector.
Get some Teflon tape and loctite.
Wrap the threads of the roc stock in Teflon tape, apply loctite.
Screw that into the Rap 4 ASA.
Screw the Rap4 ASA into the rear of the heatcore.

Done.
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