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    Inletting Bell and Carlson for M5 metal

    Hey guys I just recently picked up a Bell and Carlson A2 stock. I was wanting to get the PTG M5 bottom metal for it. I know I need to inlet the metal, does anyone know of a smith that does this? Thanks for the help.

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    stock inletting

    Quote Originally Posted by premierjax View Post
    Hey guys I just recently picked up a Bell and Carlson A2 stock. I was wanting to get the PTG M5 bottom metal for it. I know I need to inlet the metal, does anyone know of a smith that does this? Thanks for the help.
    I'm in the same boat as you I have the ptg and the bell and carlson stock. Was curious if you got your successful done? IV heard that stock is particularly a pain in the button to inlett