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Posted: 8/24/2005 6:03:45 AM EDT
I have a question about Sage International stock for the M1A, Inc. What I understand is that these stocks come in two flavors: EBR and the newer, lighter weight chopmod.

The EBR seems to be the stock of choice for scoping the M1A due to the fact that the adjustable cheek piece allows you get to the proper cheekweld to the scope and the chopmod is the stock for CQB due to it's reduced weight and shorter length.

My question is can you scope the chopmod stock or does the fact it runs an AR stock prevent the user for getting a good cheekweld/eye relief?
Link Posted: 8/24/2005 6:34:13 AM EDT
The EBR is no longer in production as has not been produced for many months.
The stocks pictured are both Chop Mod stocks. The 1st. one is the standard
and the 2nd. one is the buffer tube that can accept all sorts of AR type butt stocks.
Proper cheekweld/eye relief with these could be a problem with elevated optics.

Forum member Brobee/Brobeebiter is running a Chop Mod with a Magpull butt stock - look him up.

HTH
Link Posted: 8/24/2005 6:37:22 AM EDT
I just tried out my EBR this weekend and it works well with a scope because of the adjustable cheek piece. I think with the AR stock you would have the same problems scoping it as you would a standard M1A because of the check height problem. It would work great with a Eotec or Aimpoint but you would have to make some sort of pad to get the proper cheek weld.
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