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Marui/Army recoils, AR-15 full stock?

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Ladies, Gents, etc.

 

I've got an ARMY recoil clone that I've ultimately got running in a semi only DMR setup at around 420FPS. It's a bit nice, but cosmetically I quite fancy fitting a full stock, which I believe to be originally called an AR-15 stock. Either way, as per the original M16.

 

I've seen that it is possible, with Eagle 6 doing special builds but I can't find any guides or relatively easy fit items. I have a G&G stock, which to fit needs a LOT of plastic removing from the internals but if anyone knows of an easier way, then I'd be ever so appreciative.

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I know Richard from eagle6 hand built an M16 tm recoil a long time ago, it actually came up for sale not long back, it cost the owner a small fortune as there was so much 'one off' engineering involved, unless you are a good engineer with machines at hand you're gonna have to spend a lot for something you will never see the money back on

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Bit of a necro post (better than a new one though :P), but I'd be interested in this too. I saw the Eagle6 videos, but there's no details that I can find about getting a full stock on there.

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