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TAPCO INTRAFUSE AK-47 Side Folding Stock Polymer Dark Earth 16743

 
TAPCO
16743
751348002828
AKS-504
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$25.97
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A folding stock will make your favorite AK-47 more compact and easier to store/transport, yet without sacrificing any of the stability of a standard fixed stock when unfolded.

The INTRAFUSE polymer resin side folding stock fits AK-47 rifles and installs easily with no gunsmithing. Folds flat against the weapon, lightweight and rugged, locks in open or closed position. Includes sling mount at pivot point. Made in the U.S.A. 11 inch length of pull, weight 12 ounces

Sometimes shooting isn't just about standing at a firing range. Sometimes you don't have the luxury of a lot of space to handle your rifle in. You might need to be in a vehicle, or in an enclosed space for home defense. In these situations, the INTRAFUSE AK Folding Stock is your best option. The stock enables you to fold it to the right to drastically reduce the length of the rifle. When needed, you can easily deploy it back to its open position for a rigid shooting platform. The stock even provides a sling attachment point in the knuckle. Made of high strength composite, you'll be sure that you've got the highest quality folding stock at your disposal whenever you need it.

Specifications and Features:
Fits stamped receivers only
Will not fit on AK variants with a milled receiver, a bottom tang, a slant-cut receiver at the rear, or an underfolder stock.
Will not fit MAK 90
Folds to the right
High strength composite stock body
High strength reinforced composite knuckle with steel hinge pin
Sling attachment point in the knuckle
Counts as 1 U.S. 922r compliant part
15" length of pull 

Item#: 20-TC-16743,AKS-504,89969,2-TINCSTK6150D,7-STK06105DE,9-54739
Total number of Reviews: 4

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3.0 5
"i bought this for my saiga for the looks. Install was easy, just a few drill holes and a whole lot of screwin, it fit like a charm. this stock isnt very practical for a few reasons: 1. When folded it covers the weapon safety. 2. the butt of the stock is kind of awkward to shoulder and achieving cheek to stock weld is out of the question. 3. there is no sling swivel."
– ABN-RNGR
4.0 5
"I liked it better than the other reviewer. I'll argue that it IS practical, for these reasons:1) Even though the folded stock covers the safety, it's easily accessible from underneath with the right hand if you take your hand off the pistol grip, like how you're supposed to.2) I found the stock not awkward at all. It IS a bit longer, which I don't like, but it's acceptable.3) Cheek to Stock weld is good enough to see the sights and fire. The AK isn't a precision or long range rifle, and shouldn't be treated as such. It's a short-range rifle (<200 yards) because the accuracy of the weapon is only acceptable, so a good cheek weld isn't needed. No need to try to turn the AK into what it can't be.4) It does have a sling attachment (not a swivel), but it's not in the normal place either on the bottom or side of the buttstock. Instead, it's located on the left side of the folding stock about an inch in front of the joint, and consists of a small metal bar. You can see this if you look at the picture. While some people might not like this placement because they are used to using the sling as a tool to steady the rifle for precision fire (such as with the M1, M14, FAL, etc), the AK needs no such tool because it plays a different role."
– Pat H.
4.0 5
"I also like mine. Not love it - but it's a decent folder.It adds about an inch of pull, which is nice if you are taller than the average Russian (most of us are).It is a left folder! Which I think ALL AK folding stocks should be.The sling attachment is right where Pat said.The AK is a heads up rifle for medium range shooting. Cheek weld is marginal most of the time, and totally off with any optic. Any fold is a compromise; Left folding goofs an optic rail, an under folder requires mag hassles, and right-folding goofs with the safety, but honestly, I shoot with the safety off. My only beef is it could be just a touch more stable, but it probably knocks a hair off the recoil so I'll call it even."
– Robert Elliott
5.0 5
"I bought this for my WASR-10/63, and it installed with no problems. Right folding, so it doesn't interfere with any mounts on the reciever rail. Blocks, the saftey, but is hard to shoot with safety on anyway.... Definitely a good buy."
– Reaper