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Posted: 12/22/2008 5:32:45 PM EST
I have never touched a wrench to an AR-15 but, bought a Rock River from an auction site and didn't realized that the 5 position stock was glued or something.

I assume this rifle was made during the ban as it doesn't have a flash suppresor...just a flare in the end of the barrel.

I bought a Command Arms collapsible butt stock but I think I will have to get a tube also...

Does anyone have any experience undoing the crappy clinton stock?

I am looking at a tube from Midway...

Any suggestions welcome

picture:
Link Posted: 12/23/2008 4:44:27 AM EST
Does the receiver extention even have the adjustment channel milled into it? If not, you need to buy a new extention.
Link Posted: 12/23/2008 5:25:21 AM EST
Not sure what the extention is?
Link Posted: 12/23/2008 8:30:39 AM EST
Originally Posted By Swan Hunter:
Not sure what the extention is?


Also known as the buffer tube.

Link Posted: 12/23/2008 11:08:40 AM EST
Yes, I figured on replacing it as they look like they are quite cemented together. I don't think I could get them apart even if it was usable.

thanks
Link Posted: 12/23/2008 4:32:08 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/23/2008 4:34:19 PM EST by Bitmap]
The fixed "telestock" is one piece, at least on the rifles I've seen. The whole thing has to come off.

They are usually put on with red loctite. For removal I put the whole lower in the deep freeze for two or three hours, then have someone hold it (or put it in a padded vice) and use a brass punch and hammer. A couple of good whacks on a slot in the castle nut and the bond will break.

ETA the RRA fixed telestocks I've seen all had a RRA logo on them. Your rifle might be different because someone might have replaced another stock. In that case it could be a one-piece, or it could be pinned.
Link Posted: 12/24/2008 7:18:40 AM EST
No logo but looks like you described...The cheek piece looks like it has been glued in place and no grove for adjustable ability milled in it. I'll have a go at it after the holidays!

Thanks
Link Posted: 12/24/2008 10:33:04 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/24/2008 10:39:32 AM EST by dntama]
Besides a buffer tube you also may need a new buffer and spring, locking plate and castle nut. Some of the "Post Ban" telestocks used the longer rifle buffer and spring combination. You may be able to reuse the castle nut and plate if you do not mess them up removing your old stock. Also when you remove the buffer tube be careful not to lose the buffer retainer and retaining spring as it will pop out of the receiver as you unscrew the buffer tube.

One last thing; CAA makes two sizes of stocks; commercial and mil-spec; you need to order the right sized buffer tube according to the one you have.
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