I have a fake collapsible on my AR in .45, it makes it a bit lighter, and smaller overall. The cheek weld is not as important given it's short range use. (I have a compact acog on their now too, Colt's ARE teh Lego of guns after all :smile:On 2001-10-19 07:55, BillD wrote:
A non collapsible buttstock is the worst of both worlds. You can't get a good cheek weld and the damn thing won't get any shorter. I think the A1 buttstock is much better.
Sure, if you have one pinned. Most of them are bought pinned/ fixed so it's not an option. A lot of the non-collapsing ones also use a full-length buffer/ buffer tube.On 2001-11-10 03:54, youngun wrote:
about that nondeflatable butt:
Cna you not have it pinned at any position?
No overall length problem, since even fully collapsed an AR still has the buffer.Does it have to be pinned in the fully-extended?
Is it a minimum overall-length problem?