Side-Folding Billet Stocks For Cobray M-11 Firearms

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posted on April 18, 2014
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M-11 semi-automatic pistol and carbine owners looking for a high-quality, side-folding stock will be interested in the parts available at usmachinegun.com. This stock is US Machinegun’s own design and is built of a solid billet of aluminum. Combined with its folding mechanism the stock can be made to swing to either side of the receiver. When considering this stock, be sure to reference local and federal laws as the addition of this stock to a non-carbine model M-11 will require the firearm to be registered as a short-barreled rifle.

Price: $240

Contact: US Machinegun, P.O. Box 757, Gilbert, AZ 85299; (602) 448-6266

-David Labrozzi, Associate Art Director

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