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    Advice on stock for M11/nine with MAX31 and MAX11/15

    I would like to buy one stock for both the Max 31 and Max 11/15

    I am looking at both the Ar15 stock adapter Lage offers and the Zhukov ak stock offered by Norse Forge. Both are adjustable; I would like to use one stock with any of the uppers. I currently have the OEM stock, OEM upper, and the CFW bolt. However, I plan to purchase the 11/15 and max 31 in the next year.

    Have any of y'all used the Zhukov with the max 11/15 and max 31?

    -Ed

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    I think you will find that both options you mentioned will have too high of a cheekweld for the stock upper. I prefer Sam's uzi style folding stock for stock style uppers.

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    I use the same for all three. It’s a Lage stock.


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    Make your own. It's easy and you get exactly what you want. I've got a trunk full of mac stocks but always seem to need another.

    I made the one below yesterday from an old scrap piece of 2x8 because my son wanted a 'star-warsy' blaster look and the version i made earlier in the week didn't quite have the right drop and length for the thermal. I spent maybe an hour tops with a jigs saw, rasp, and sand paper. Length of pull is the same as the short Lage fixed stock pictured but with a bit more drop. That and Sam's mini-uzi folder are my two favorite factory stocks, but I've made a bunch to go with specific optics to get exactly the LOP, cheek weld, etc that I want.

    ps: electrical tape is holding a rawhide wrap while it cures and tomorrow we'll make a forened



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    Woodenword,

    That looks like a badass setup you got. Are you using the short lage stock?

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    Rob,

    Sam's stock looks awesome; I will more than likely get one at some point for my stock M11/nine setup. Nice work on the custom stocks. Where do you get the hardware for the portion of the stock that links up to the receiver?

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    This place. https://max-11.com/

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    I prefer the Lage fixed stock with the quick detach setup. Vegas SMG turned me onto velcro tape on the end of the quick attach metal bracket to tighten up the stock to receiver fitment.

    It uses a spacer to get a longer length of pull. I like the 8 7/8" stock.

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    Love my zhukov adapter on mine. Its also beefy and supports the backplate even more. Dont have the max31 but it looks slick with the 15 and 11k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollo80 View Post
    Love my zhukov adapter on mine. Its also beefy and supports the backplate even more. Dont have the max31 but it looks slick with the 15 and 11k
    Those are nifty, too. Why do you like support on the back plate? Do you think it is needed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmacken37 View Post
    I prefer the Lage fixed stock with the quick detach setup. Vegas SMG turned me onto velcro tape on the end of the quick attach metal bracket to tighten up the stock to receiver fitment.

    It uses a spacer to get a longer length of pull. I like the 8 7/8" stock.

    Velcro tape? Do tell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaujo View Post
    Velcro tape? Do tell?
    This

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    I would assume a piece of the fuzzy side tape between the adapter and the backplate. Mine wobbles even when fully tightened so I'm assuming this is for taking up the gap. I'll have to try it.

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    What abt the cz stock adapter by Norse forge? I have both of Norse forges adapters, the CZ stock adapter and the Zuchov stock adapter. The Zuchov is beefier but has a higher cheekweld than the cz...

    Lots of good pics in this thread:

    https://www.ar15.com/forums/armory/F...75895#i5375895
    Last edited by scottMO; 01-05-2021 at 01:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdM11 View Post
    Woodenword,

    That looks like a badass setup you got. Are you using the short lage stock?
    It’s lots of fun! I’m not sure the length and I’m not with it right now.

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    I'm personally holding out for a cz scorpion stock setup as I think a drop comb is best for this rig. Don't have it yet though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaujo View Post
    I'm personally holding out for a cz scorpion stock setup as I think a drop comb is best for this rig. Don't have it yet though.
    That’s what I use most as it allows me to use the stock sights or optics. Anything just with optics, I use the Zuchov stock.

    See my pics in the linked thread..

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    Apply the velcro tape here...



    I've found the hook seems to last longer than the loop. Of course the thickness and tolerances of your gun will affect the amount of wobble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmacken37 View Post
    Those are nifty, too. Why do you like support on the back plate? Do you think it is needed?
    No, i dont think its needed but it does give me a little piece of mind that there is something more substantial behind the factory backplate.

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