Mak receiver block?
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    Mak receiver block?

    Where can I find a receiver block to put a folding stock on a stamped square back mak 90?

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    fac made em in the early to mid 90s they sold em anyway. they suck so bad cause they stick out the back of rec about 2 miles.
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    Id really prefer not to cut the tang off but Id really like to add a folder

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    There are adapters that can be found but like COMM BLOC said, they stick out a bunch and look ugly, but they use the original tang for mounting which is a big plus.

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    are there any folders that don't stick out that far? I have 2 Romanian folders that don't stick out to far but they don't fit the hole spaceing of my MAK

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    After reading what you just wrote, are you talking about side or under folders?

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    Side folder

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    Thanks, I was thinking underfolder until you mentioned Romanian.

    The Chinese receivers are thicker than Romanian, so you would have to do a lot of filing or dremeling the stock to get it to slide into place. As you describe, the hole spacing is different between the Chinese tang and the Romanian. You can either slot the holes in the tang so that they line up, or weld them shut and re-drill to align with the holes in the folder. My suggestion is that with the Chinese rifles skyrocketing in value, that anything you do that is permanent be done to the folding stock and not the rifle itself. Of course it is your rifle, so it is purely up to you how far you want to go.

    The Chinese side folder has it's own trunion and is pretty much permanent unless you want to cut rivets, so there is no tang to worry about. The Europeans did a nice job on their rifles of making a side folder that was interchangeable with the fixed stock.

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    Try turbothis (mygunsnorthwest) he made some angle back rear blocks for customers and might make one.

    Here is a link to his page,
    chinese type 56 under folder rear trunion/cap - $85.00 : My Guns Northwest, Firearms Manufacturing

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    what I'm looking to do is add a block to the back of my receiver, not cut the tang, and add a Triangle or Galil type side folder that folds on the charging handle side.

 

 

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