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    MAC-10 Wire Folding Stock

    Does anyone know if the original RPB wire folding stock is being reproduced for the M10 .45? I have been trying to find one for months with no luck. Thanks!

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    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...?Item=45624942

    For a 9mm, but I am sure it will work.
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    Thanks for the reply, but I am told that the M11 stock will not work.

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    The M10 wire stock is out of production & has been for a few years.

    The JAWS "commando" stock is still available.
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    I think you can buy every part except for the "wireform", which is the bracket with the two long arms that extend into the receiver.

    I had someone build me a few of these parts a while ago which I used as the attachment point for some wood stocks that I'd built. I can look around and try to find his email address.

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    I should have worded it better.

    The wireform butt is out of production. The rails may be available, but they are only good for cutting up & adapting to other fixed stocks, as Garrett mentioned.
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    Thanks to all for your replies. I have a commando stock, but was looking to have as many of the original pieces as possible.

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    Why would the 9mm stock not work? Too long, short, wide, narrow? No flame, I am curious as to the specs needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockdude1
    Why would the 9mm stock not work? Too long, short, wide, narrow? No flame, I am curious as to the specs needed.
    A stock for a M11/9 is too narrow to fit the MAC10.

    The stock for the MAC10/9 and the MAC10/45 is the same and can be interchanged.

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    I should have the wire stock that came with my Texas MAC. I am not sure what the RPB wire stock would be or how it would differ from my Texas stock. Would you be interested in it? If you are I will try and find it in. Let me know.
    Lonnie Gustin - Prattsville, Arkansas

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    I have a M-10 stock that doens't fit My powder Springs M-10s.

    The radius on the arms is a little different than my powder springs arms.

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