Light, Strong Skeletonized Stock With Fixed Or Side Folding Options
Mix-and-match components let you install the fixed or folding skeletonized stock configuration you want on your Kalashnikov. The AKFX skeleton stock is exceptionally strong and lightweight, with front cap, buttplate, and bottom tube of machined aluminum and the top bar and center brace turned from the super-strong Delrin® polymer. Comes with a removable rubber recoil pad. The stock is sold with a choice of two adapter blocks that fit in the rear of stamped receivers. The AKFX may be attached directly to the block to give your AK a lightweight, fixed, skeleton stock. Or add one of the folding mechanisms, sold separately, to make your rifle a compact, easy-to-carry folder. Receiver blocks are drilled and tapped in two places to allow the stock to be mounted in standard position or higher for use with optics. AKFX & AKRBC - The AKRBC compact receiver block fits flush with the back of most stamped 1mm and 1.6mm receivers. Installation requires the tang on the back of the receiver to be cut off and filed smooth. The block then simply bolts into the receiver, held securely in place by the pistol grip “T” nut. Drilled and tapped in two places to allow the stock to be mounted in standard position or higher for use with optics.
FSM - Folding stock mechanism fits between the front of the AKFX stock and the receiver block and enables rapid deployment of the stock. Locks tight in the folded or deployed position. May be installed so the stock folds to the left or right. FSM-AR - Folding mechanism has an integral adapter to accept an AR-15 receiver extension tube so any AR buttstock may be installed on your AK as a folder, including A1/A2 and the many popular M4-style adjustable carbine stocks, even an ACE ARFX stock.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:67, Page:187
SPECS: AKFX Stock – Machined aluminum and Delrin, matte black. 8-1/2" OAL. Rubber recoil pad included. Receiver Blocks & Folding Mechanisms – Machined aluminum, hardcoat anodized, matte black. Check local, state, and federal laws before installing a folding stock on any firearm.