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Finally, an impossible to find replacement stock set for your AK Rifle projects with the quality you expect from Two Rivers Arms. These are the stocks used in Two Rivers Iraqi Tabuk rifle production and are now available separately for the collector and enthusiast. Dimensioned down to the last detail, these stocks are perfect to replace those beat-up stock sets on your M70B1 rifles or to replace those unsightly PAP stocks to bring your rifle to a fuller military appearance. When compared internally and externally, these are the closest thing to an actual replacement stock you can get.

Cut from solid European Birch, contoured, sanded, with a sealer hand applied, these stocks have the grain, look and feel that mimics the Iraqi or Yugo originals. Cut overseas to a true Iraqi Tabuk pattern, these can be easily modified by smoothing out the cheek rest area to an alternative M70B1 look within minutes depending on which rifle it is attached.

Two Rivers Tabuk stock sets will fit into most M70-type rifles with ease and the stock slot area may require minor fitting for the perfect tight fit. Minor fit and finish to your tastes. Complete with the elusive rubber butt pad that is even metal reinforced. Compare at $190 for the set and pad. Two Rivers Arms Tabuk stocks are an incredible bargain at an introductory price of $115 for the set, or separately at $50 each for the butt stock or hand guard set, and $25 for the butt pad.



 

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saigaman972 said:
Can these be used for 922R?
Unfortunately no since they are made overseas. But that is why the price is so much lower. Even so, if used on a Century M70B1, the receiver, barrel, muzzle and FCG take care of the component parts. That is the way our rifles count out as well. If on something else, then the grip or piston become options. The money saved more than makes up for that.

We are working our Tabuk sniper butt stocks that will be able to be used as a 922 part. Steve
 
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