Ban compliant AR collapsable Stock

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    Ban compliant AR collapsable Stock

    I've been a lurking member for a year or so...

    Due to the current administration

    I've started an AR build

    I have a nice collapsible stock I'd like to add to my build - but I live in a "ban compliant" state / CT

    What do I have to do to my stock to make it fit the ban? back in '94 I added a roll pin to my M1A paratrooper folding stock to make it a "non-folding" stock.

    What are the RULES ...

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    I doubt you can do anything with a Mil-Spec extension with retractable stock.

    On the other hand, if you know how to install the Mil-Spec extension with end plate and castle nut and have the tools you could probably find the extension kit somewhere out of your state, if you where to visit that state.

    Not a good idea though. The first time someone see's it you will probably lose the rifle to non-compliance.
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    I think you would have to have a pre-ban lower receiver to put any collapsible stock on your build. Otherwise, I think you'll have to go with the full A-2 stock. Since a pinned collapsible stock would look pretty much the same as a collapsible stock, I don't think you'd want to go there.

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    If you're just looking for a shorter stock, those can be found.

    Perhaps this or one of these would suit your need?
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    Thanks for the input. I have one of these on my other rifle
    Del-Ton, Inc. AR-15 CAR Buttstock Assembly - Post-Ban

    It is a post ban CAR stock permanently fixed so it doesn't collapse. So I figured I could pin or epoxy the OD green CAR stock in the position I want. As long as it doesn't collapse anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepinMaxx View Post
    Thanks for the input. I have one of these on my other rifle
    Del-Ton, Inc. AR-15 CAR Buttstock Assembly - Post-Ban

    It is a post ban CAR stock permanently fixed so it doesn't collapse. So I figured I could pin or epoxy the OD green CAR stock in the position I want. As long as it doesn't collapse anymore...
    A pin of some sort that would be difficult if not impossible to remove would be a good idea. If your states LE agency decides to wack on the buttstock with a 12 oz hammer... epoxy just might get you into trouble.

    Just my $.02.
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    Conn. has some weird laws. I thought hi-cap mags and sound supressors were legal, but not collapsible stocks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone View Post
    Conn. has some weird laws. I thought hi-cap mags and sound supressors were legal, but not collapsible stocks?
    CT adopted the California ban minus the high cap magazines. Plus you can add full auto(minus semi and 3 round burst and suppressors)

    So no collapsible stock

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    I checked my CAR ban compliant stock and it has all the adjustment pieces removed and the adjustment pin permanently fixed. So I'll probably permanently make the stock non-collapsible ...

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    Let Us know what You do to solve this.

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    when did this ban take effect?
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    Why not just go with a much more comfortable A1 stock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan4x4 View Post
    when did this ban take effect?
    This is just a carryover ban for CT (and CA) for the federal ban...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepinMaxx View Post
    This is just a carryover ban for CT (and CA) for the federal ban...
    I converter the stock this weekend It's a nice rebuild....

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