AICS or PSR Butt Stock on Accuracy International AT Rifle

Mar 15, 2017
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#51
I didn't opt for the folding stock as it just seemed mostly pointless, but now I'm wishing I had because the Ax stock would have been worth it for sure.
 

Nik H

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#53
Ok you talked me into it. I need to sort out pricing and delivery after I get back from vacation one week from now. I know they will not be cheap so be prepared.
Tom irwin
accuracy international
Any word on this Tom??? Please don't forget the LH option
 
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Jun 4, 2006
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#68
I got a response from MHSA:

"We do not have the conversions here and they are not importing these to the united states. Sorry for the bad news."


I guess that answers that....we are SOL it appears.
 
Jun 4, 2006
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#69
It appears that MHSA didn't do their due diligence in researching before responding to my inquiry.

Sporting Services gave me a contact at AINA who responded:
"These will be available in the US, likely during the first quarter of 2018."

ETA: They aren't actually being imported from the UK. They will be made in the USA like the R700 chassis according to a subsequent e-mail.
 
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tex68w

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It appears that MHSA didn't do their due diligence in researching before responding to my inquiry.

Sporting Services gave me a contact at AINA who responded:
"These will be available in the US, likely during the first quarter of 2018."

ETA: They aren't actually being imported from the UK. They will be made in the USA like the R700 chassis according to a subsequent e-mail.
Any word on the price and how/where to send for the swap?
 

jim10801

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Aug 24, 2005
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I wrote to Mile High a couple of weeks ago. This was their response:

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They are on order, but we have no specific delivery time as of yet

DAVE BUICK
Mile High Shooting Accessories

3731 Monarch St.Erie, CO 80516
 

jbell

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Jan 16, 2010
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#79
I don't see ant reason they cant be converted over at the end user level. I think they are just pinned with a roll pin and bolted with 2 bolts if my memory serves me.
 

jbell

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#86
It is some form of an epoxy, I don't know exactly what. But a little heat and careful use with a very thin blade like a putty knife or similar will do the trick. Then when you assemble it use a high quality epoxy in the joint, its not rocket science.
 
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