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Old 01-04-2009, 07:17 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Lol. I wonder if there's any SI m16 frame or upper frame rails that have holes drilled for wire stocks.....
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Lol. I wonder if there's any SI m16 frame or upper frame rails that have holes drilled for wire stocks.....

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Well I'd like to have either a skirmish si or a bushie with M16 frame and SI wire stock and a drop out changer..... tho I do have an 007 frame with the holes for the wire stock. And I'm not on look out for the rarer collapsible wire stock either
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Lol. I wonder if there's any SI m16 frame or upper frame rails that have holes drilled for wire stocks.....
I used to have the Line SI M-16 wire stock. Anybody else have/had one too? Back then I didn't care for it mainly for the fact that you couldn't put much of any weight against it before it collapsed.

I did think it was pretty cool looking for their time, but function overcame fashion and I sold it off pretty quick. Plus you couldn't mount a bottle to it if you were inclined to do so.

Afterwards a shorty Carter L-stock was more to my liking if I used a stock at all.
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