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Thread: New Fab Defense 10/22 Stock

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    CGN Regular nonrandomhero's Avatar
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    This as be a silly question, but how long does the barrel need to be to clear the end of the stock? Would an 8" barrel do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nonrandomhero View Post
    This as be a silly question, but how long does the barrel need to be to clear the end of the stock? Would an 8" barrel do?
    I'd like to know this as well. Interested in the fixed stock model, but curious about the length of the stock from a 10/22 receiver forward. Would hate to have to cut the stock for an 8" barrel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gopher73 View Post
    I'd like to know this as well. Interested in the fixed stock model, but curious about the length of the stock from a 10/22 receiver forward. Would hate to have to cut the stock for an 8" barrel.


    This is what it looks like with a 12.5 inch barrel with compensator removed.

    Note: 12.5 inch barrel equals 11.9 inches from the receiver so 8 inch barrel would equal 7.4 inches from the receiver (also 7.4 inches in the picture).

    So I would say that it would not work with a 8 inch barrel.

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    Yes, you would be inside the stock with an 8" barrel. Thanks for the great photo!

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    Can we use the folding stock legaly in Canada (length) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe09 View Post
    Can we use the folding stock legaly in Canada (length) ?
    Yup, as long as your barrel is the right length. IIRC it was 17.4 inches of barrel to maintain NR OAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by futa_mill View Post


    This is what it looks like with a 12.5 inch barrel with compensator removed.

    Note: 12.5 inch barrel equals 11.9 inches from the receiver so 8 inch barrel would equal 7.4 inches from the receiver (also 7.4 inches in the picture).

    So I would say that it would not work with a 8 inch barrel.
    Thanks so much for posting this! I haven't been as active on this forum in the past few months so just saw this now.

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    Apologies for the slight grave dig, figured it was better to post here rather than create a new thread. Is it possible to order the upper rail separately, or do you have to buy the model that comes with it?
    Last edited by Cross94; 09-03-2016 at 04:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cross94 View Post
    Apologies for the slight grave dig, figured it was better to post here rather than create a new thread. Is it possible to order the upper rail separately, or do you have to buy the model that comes with it?
    Normally they're sold together, as the rail will only fit on the Fab stock. If you've already got a Fab stock from us though, we should be able to find you a rail

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