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WTS: Side folding stock for M11 9mm Very Nice & Aluminum

Location: Portland, OR

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We have a really cool side folding stock that came off of a M11/9 some years ago. We don't have a Mac in stock for me to show you this "on a M11" but it worked very well.

This stock was CNC'd from aluminum, it locks up nice and tight, it is light and Very well built.

Specs are: 12" in length when open, 9.5" in length from point of rotating open, push button to open/close, rotates to Left side of the receiver, opposite from ejection port so you can fire when not deployed open.

I took it by my buddies CNC shop to see about the cost to make more, it was over $500 ea. so that was a No Go. He also thought it was very well made. Unknown MFG?

$175 is a USPS Priority Mail delivered price w/tracking number included, PayPal (gift) or a bank check will do. My contact info is below these pictures, bottom of this page.

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Cell #’s 503-720-2280 or escheid@comcast.net

Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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