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A True Folding Stock for M4 Rifles

"Not intended to be fired while folded". The parts cost $180. It is not legal in California and many other states because it makes the weapon length less then 30 inches (unless you add a long flash hider or your barrel length makes it 30" or longer.).
http://www.lawtactical.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=2012001#7

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Added: May-21-2012 Occurred On: May-21-2012
By: Fine_Just_Fine
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Tags: M4, rifles, folding stock, weapons
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  • Comment of user 'teotwawki' has been deleted by author (after account deletion)!
    • @teotwawki The point is a stocked weapon has a to be a minimum 30", Otherwise it is an AR "pistol" and yes, those are legal here. You just can't add any kind of stock to an AR pistol or it is instantly illegal.

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  • Your buffer assembly does not approve of this stock.

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  • wonder what keeps the bolt in the gun when the stock is folded. Also how far the bolt would shoot out the back of the receiver if the stock was left folded and the weapon fired.

    It would be cool if it had a modified gas piston assembly that connected to the carrier key with a tensioned spring eliminating the need for a buffer tube. Kind of like the Sig 550 series of rifles.

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    • @URmomsOBGYN I'm glad another gun owner sees the question here. There are quite a few companies these days that make modified AR/M rifles with a piston assembly, but can it really be called an AR/M if it doesn't use a gas system?

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    • @Sp33dyD3m0n Colt had as close to anything Ive seen with the Colt SCW. It's a modified short stroke piston with a heavily modified bolt carrier. It actually allows for a foldable stock but still retains somewhat of a buffer system.

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  • can u fire it folded

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  • Such a stupid add-on. What is their next product? Individually shrink rapped bullets?

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  • what a silly device... whats the point of having a folding stock if it means you can't fire the weapon while it's folded... not to mention the added weight.

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    • @fha_dynamo It would only be good for getting through doors or getting in and out of a vehicle, but then we go back to the main point of why bother having it if you cant shoot your rifle.

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  • But can it be fired when folded?

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    • @Megadeth
      No because the bolt slide back to where the stock and buffer tube is located. If you accidentally leave it folded, the bold can't move back and all hell break loose on you AR15

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  • but can you fire the gun with the stock in folded position? noop

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  • you wreck you ar15 if you accidentally leave folded. Not good.

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  • Well if you can't fire it when closed, then that limits its use in close quarter zombie killing.

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    • @XR400R That is why you do what I do, get your AR15 with a nice 3X9X40 scope for semi-auto distance brain-slushie making fun, and a folding stock AK (I have the AK-74 Polish Tantal side folder, it's nice) with a CQ reddot and tactical light package and green laser for fast target identification and acquisition.

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  • Like the M4 Tactical just as simple and practical as possible

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  • How does that work with the buffer tube? Do you have to have the stock locked back in order to fire the weapon? Or it can only be used by a piston driven AR/M rifle. I'd recommend saving your money on this and buying the folding stock and get the Slide Fire SSAR-15 stock which legally turns your gun into a bump firing gun shooting nearly automatic. You can buy them for about $350.

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  • um.... what happens if you pull the trigger while it's folded? The spring/plunger/tube thingy is pretty important for it to work. I'd hate to get whacked with the bolt carrier, or have to go look for it after it got launched. I'll stick with the threaded tube. The gun is already bitchy enough about getting dirt and stuff into it's neither regions.

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  • Overpriced

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  • Is the point of this to delay your ability to be up and returning fire just long enough for you to be killed by your opponent?

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