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Offline sksmcrossvilletn

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Wtb great guns tapco t6 adapters. I need two. Also I need to get two magwell fillers for SKS m stocks.

I'll trade a Mesa tactical Mossberg 500/590 Leo adapter and enidine hydraulic recoil reducing buffer and a mesa tactical 8 round shell carrier for Mossberg 500/590 for them. Or I'll buy them outright! Pm me if you have what I need!
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Re: wtb great guns tapco t6 adapter and SKS m stock mag well fillers.
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2018, 03:21:35 PM »
Fixed or side folder? PAX
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Re: wtb great guns tapco t6 adapter and SKS m stock mag well fillers.
« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2018, 07:34:30 PM »
Preferably fixed but I'd take one of each or two of one.

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Re: wtb great guns tapco t6 adapter and SKS m stock mag well fillers.
« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2018, 07:43:26 PM »
Got your PM sksmcrossvilletn and sent a reply. Will keep you posted when I get some made.

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Re: wtb great guns tapco t6 adapter and SKS m stock mag well fillers.
« Reply #4 on: March 04, 2018, 08:44:12 PM »
Got your PM sksmcrossvilletn and sent a reply. Will keep you posted when I get some made.

Whilst on the subject of your inventions...what became of your ATI bayonet channel rail for the Ultralight stock? I seem to recall that happening to the point of a prototype, and never heard much since.  I recently got another one, and the scout scoped folder project is done, the only thing I could come up with to further the endeavor would be one of those. :)
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Re: wtb great guns tapco t6 adapter and SKS m stock mag well fillers.
« Reply #5 on: March 07, 2018, 06:28:23 PM »
Got your PM sksmcrossvilletn and sent a reply. Will keep you posted when I get some made.

Whilst on the subject of your inventions...what became of your ATI bayonet channel rail for the Ultralight stock? I seem to recall that happening to the point of a prototype, and never heard much since.  I recently got another one, and the scout scoped folder project is done, the only thing I could come up with to further the endeavor would be one of those. :)

Hey ya Justin, Yeah, just not enough call for it to do anything with it. I made it using a 1' picatinney rail blank from AIMSports. I cut it to length, drilled a few of holes and attached it to the stock. The hard part was, if memory serves me correctly, I had to mill the sides down so it would fit into the slot properly.
I have one unfinished piece left I kept so if you can give me the width dimension of the slot I can tell you whether or not it needs to be milled(you'll want to use a vernier caliper as I am talking about .010-.020" on each side). Of course the other option is to mill out the stock. You could use a router for that. The catch would be to keep the line straight so the rail sat properly.