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This is a discussion on Ace rifle stocks. within the Rifles forums, part of the Gun Forums category; Anyone have any of the Ace stock with the folding bracket? How do the brackets hold up over time of folding and unfolding? I know ...

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    Ace rifle stocks.

    Anyone have any of the Ace stock with the folding bracket? How do the brackets hold up over time of folding and unfolding? I know the Galil stocks are the same kinda bracket and they get worn down easy after use.

    Im tempted to order one for my M-11/9 since this weapon is not safe.








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    that looks amazing...

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    Yeah, well with this stock I dont have to be scared to death that the stock will fold up mid mag on a dump.

    I dont care how it looks, I dont want to be hit by 14 bullets in .4 seconds.



    Last edited by fatcat; 01-06-2009 at 07:52 AM.

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    Ace folders are pretty solid from what I can tell. They're real popular over on Saiga-12.com.

    Definitely not in the same league as CrapCo plastic folders.

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    OOooh I forgot they stand up to the Saiga 12's.. Duh, I think it can handle a little 9mm.

    I guess I need to order one for the S12 as well.




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    OOOO I like that, where can I get one of those? I'd like to put one on my m11/9

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    Ace product are widely regarded to be primo.
    Too bad their website design does not reflect as much which can be initially off putting.

    - Janq

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatcat
    I dont want to be hit by 14 bullets in .4 seconds.
    that sounds so absurd but its true

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman
    OOOO I like that, where can I get one of those? I'd like to put one on my m11/9
    http://www.riflestocks.com/m11-9.htm

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    Is your M11/9 select fire? You cant put that stock on an M-11/9 unless its full auto or has a 16 inch barrel.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blindeye_03
    that sounds so absurd but its true
    Yep, that is for real is how long it takes to empty 14 rounds when ive got more than one buffer in it.



    Last edited by fatcat; 01-12-2009 at 09:53 PM.

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