Midwest Industries Side Folding Extruded Stock -The Firearm Blog

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Midwest Industries have expanded their line of rifle parts and accessories by introducing the new Side Folding Extruded Stock. With a silhouette resembling the triangle AK side folders, this stock looks really good on AK pattern rifles, however, being 1913 rail compatible, it will work with any firearm that has a Picatinny rail section as a stock mounting interface.

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The main body of Midwest Industries Side Folding Extruded Stock is made of hard coat anodized 6061 aluminum. The folding mechanism is made of heat treated 4140 steel and has a manganese phosphate finish. The top surface of the stock is curved to provide a more comfortable cheek weld. The stock has five QD sling swivel mounting points – ambi sockets near the folding mechanism and heel, and a single centered socket at the toe. This stock can be configured to fold either to the right or left side of the weapon – a great feature for those who are running a side rail mounted scope on an AK allowing to fold the stock while having the mount/sight on the gun. When installed, this stock adds 3/4″ and 9″ to the length of the firearm in folded and deployed positions respectively. The overall weight of the MI Side Folding Extruded Stock is 15.5 oz.

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Midwest Industries Side Folding Extruded Stock on a Brownells BRN-180 rifle – a good example of a non-AK rifle that can be equipped with this stock.

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Midwest Industries Side Folding Extruded Stock is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $184.95. The company reminds that the end-user is responsible for meeting the ATF requirements as attaching this stock to a pistol will turn it into an SBR.


Pictures by Midwest Industries Inc., www.midwestindustriesinc.com



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