TAPCO® Intrafuse® Mini-14/Thirty Modular Stock System
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- Helps Mini-14 and Mini-Thirty gun owners customize their rifles to their liking
- Modular Stock System offers several options to help create the perfect Mini-14 or Mini-Thirty
- Receiver extensions to aid in the use of optics or iron sights
- Lower Picatinny rail with cover
- Adjustable buttstock for different setups
- Railed top cover, SAW style pistol grip, and stock chassis
The TAPCO Intrafuse Mini-14/Thirty Modular Stock System gives Mini-14 and Mini-Thirty owners more options to customize their high performance .223 rifles. This durable composite stock system features several options to let you create the perfect Mini-14 or Mini-Thirty for your needs. System includes a straight receiver extension with a perfectly aligned cheek weld for shooting with optics and an angled receiver extension that gives you unrestricted use of the iron sights. The bottom Picatinny rail provides a base for accessories. The T6 adjustable buttstock lets you set how long you’d like your rifle for the most comfortable setup. The system also includes a top barrel cover with Picatinny rail and SAW Style Pistol Grip. Made in USA.
Modular Stock System Package comes with T6 Stock Body, Straight 6 position stock tube, Angled 6 position stock tube, SAW Style Pistol Grip, Top Barrel Cover, Stock Chassis, and Lower Rail Cover.
Manufacturer model #: STK 62160.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1
Rated 5 out of 5 by bjbatlanta Great product for the price.
Seems to be good quality for the money. I got a few options to add. The plastic buttstock is not the most comfortable, so I got a pad that slips over it. Got the optional front vertical grip. It has a compartment that can hold two CR123 batteries (for the light I added). There's storage in the pistol grip and the buttstock also. It would be nice if it had side rails on the fore end for those who want to add more "toys", but I'll probably end up getting a laser/light combo at some point to replace the basic light I installed (already had it). Also put a Pursuit LPS open sight on. It's a multi-reticle unit with adjustable brightness settings. Iron sights are visible through the picatinny rail, but the very top of the front sight is blocked (on my gun anyway). Instructions that came with the stock aren't the best, but better ones are available on the TAPCO website. Probably around 15 minutes to install.
February 20, 2013
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