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I do a lot of teaching and in all my courses I provide the firearms.
In Rifle, everyone is asking for an AR platform- and I do not have one.
So I bought a 556.
It is the "MD Legal" versions.

No problem, but the adjustable stock is bolted in place.
Any way to make it adjustable?
Would be nice for smaller shooters.

Thx
 

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I do a lot of teaching and in all my courses I provide the firearms.
In Rifle, everyone is asking for an AR platform- and I do not have one.
So I bought a 556.
It is the "MD Legal" versions.

No problem, but the adjustable stock is bolted in place.
Any way to make it adjustable?
Would be nice for smaller shooters.

Thx
Welcome!

My in-laws are in Sassafras/Galena area. Where are the ranges in the area?

I'm not sure if the "compliant" versions can be switched to "evil".

You probably could switch out the whole buffer tube to an adjustable stock model, adjust it to where it fits, then epoxy it in place.

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As we do here in free America, you can find the pin that is stopping the stock from moving and either drill it out or drive it out and the stock will then adjust. But before you do anything you best check your laws on adjustable stocks.
 

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As we do here in free America, you can find the pin that is stopping the stock from moving and either drill it out or drive it out and the stock will then adjust. But before you do anything you best check your laws on adjustable stocks.
In MD- folding stock is a no-no, but collapsible is permitted.

In the AR, IIRC, the key is 10 rnd mag and a bull type barrel
 
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