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Thread: Finally found a use for the High Buttstock Adapter...

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    CGN Regular TonyBen's Avatar
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    Finally found a use for the High Buttstock Adapter...

    I sold my Bassett low Pic mount to someone who was building a rifle for a disabled vet which left me with a high Pic mount. I noticed that on my last range trip, I had to crank the cheek riser on the Magpul PRS to the highest setting to get a cheek weld. I remembered that a long time ago, Frank at M14.CA sent me a high buttstock adapter. I installed it and installed the lightweight M14.CA stock and it was a perfect match to my scope setup!



    It fits and I'm eager to see what the recoil impulse feels like now that the stock is above the bore line or more in line with the bore line; like an AR.

    Tony.

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    Im curious on the recoil impulse as well.
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    I don't see that adapter in their website.
    Is it discontinued or not released yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniMe View Post
    I don't see that adapter in their website.
    Is it discontinued or not released yet?
    Shoot Frank a call. He's a great guy
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    CGN Regular TonyBen's Avatar
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    Just checked the weight...

    Exactly as pictured above, with a loaded 20 round mag of XM80 ball, the total weight is 13lb, 5.5oz.

    LRB M14SA receiver, Blackfeather chassis, M14.CA RBS, Bassett high picatinny mount, Burris Zee medium height rings, Zeiss Conquest 3-9x50mm scope, Bula Forge medium weight 19.25" barrel and M14EBR trigger shoe.

    Tony.

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