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    Threaded stock blocks?

    Two of my macs have their factory wire stocks- they are pinned in. Another has an after market stock that attached via a bolt up through the bottom of the receiver. Is there anywhere I can get threaded blocks similar to the one on my after market stock, so if I wanted to bolt something under the rear end of the receiver a bolt could be threaded up and in? I could make my own but wanted to see if they’re on a shelf anywhere..
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    Try Practical Solutions — they make them for use in their stocks — including the Gray Ghost family — and might keep some spares handy.

    I’ve got some in my parts box... I actually prefer the quick release of the factory style for most (though not all) of my stocks, especially since I move some of them from gun to gun.
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    Thanks Concorde- “stock lock” is the correct nomenclature.. of course Sam has them!!
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    Thanks for posting the correct term... yep, for $16, that's a good deal!

    https://macmachineguns.com/?s=stock+...t_type=product

    They really do make a difference when you need to get rid of any attachment play in the stock you're using.
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