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Thread: M&A Parts reproduction N1 stocks, anybody have experience ??

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    Just an update, I got my stock in the mail today. In comparison between the M&A stock, and my bargain basement Tacfire stock it's a toss up. The Tacfire doesn't have all of the correct molded lines the M&A seems to have, but the plastic it is molded from feels better, and it feels tighter on my receiver extension. The M&A stock looks more clone correct, but the plastic it is molded from feels cheap, and it wobbles more than I like. Overall I didn't spend a lot of money on it, so I'm not that upset, but I'm not really that impressed with it either. I might send it back... Does anybody know of another N1 style stock that blows these two out of the water in terms of overall quality/fit?
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    The M&A is the only one I am aware of for a mil tube
    Brownells has this for a commercial tube
    https://www.brownells.com/rifle-part...AR-15&psize=96
    Type 01 FFL as of Dec. 2017 and now just another Glock/M&P stippling guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer_Man View Post
    The M&A stock looks more clone correct, but the plastic it is molded from feels cheap, and it wobbles more than I like.
    Sounds like the original Colt to me. They always fit a little loose and felt fragile.... not that they were.... but compared to a beefy SOPMOD or Gunfighter stock... yes.
    "You people have too much time on your hands." - scottryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Sounds like the original Colt to me. They always fit a little loose and felt fragile.... not that they were.... but compared to a beefy SOPMOD or Gunfighter stock... yes.
    For the money I guess I can't complain all that much. I think I will keep it on there, and if it breaks I'll just replace it with a current generation Colt M4 stock.

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