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    Old School MAC-10 Stock

    Iíve always wanted an original wire collapsible stock for my Powder Springs M10. I recently bought one on GunBroker; unfortunately, I canít get it to slide into the receiver more than 3/4Ē. I donít currently have the internal stock hardware, so I know that isnít causing any issues. I tried to tap the stock into the receiver extremely lightly with a plastic faced hammer but that didnít help. Is this a common issue with swapping these stocks? I could certainly see how the bend at the bottom corners of the receiver might not be extremely consistent. Worse case, I can certainly hand fit it. I just wanted to avoid that if I am missing something.

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    Why not just take off the upper before trying to install the stock and see what the rails are holding up on inside the lower?????

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    Some fitting to the lower outside radius of the rail is common on the post auction stocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Villafuego View Post
    Why not just take off the upper before trying to install the stock and see what the rails are holding up on inside the lower?????
    I did remove the upper. It is getting caught up in the block inside the back of the receiver. It doesn't look like anything is impeding it other than a potential radius issue.

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    Also, does anyone have suggestions on were to find the internal parts for the stock? I believe that I need these four:
    https://macmachineguns.com/?product=m10-stock-t-2
    https://macmachineguns.com/?product=...original-stock
    https://macmachineguns.com/?product=stock-plunger-m10-2
    https://macmachineguns.com/?product=...lease-spring-2
    $57 was a bit more than I expected but this seems to be the only place that has all of them in stock.

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    I think you have the wrong pin on the list. You need the Stock Cross/ Latch pin SKU PAR-049 $9.99.

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    Is this a semi M10 ?

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    No, this is an open bolt machinegun. It didn't come with the original stock when I bought it. All of the stock hardware was gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timkel View Post
    Some fitting to the lower outside radius of the rail is common on the post auction stocks.
    I had to do this to an aftermarket stock to get it to fit into the MAC-RPB double stamp M11-380 I have. The "old school" wire stock that came with the gun has always fit perfectly, and is what I now often use.

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    I found this today and it is a little bit cheaper. I think I will go with this one.
    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/887227765

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