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stonewall50
October 7, 2009, 10:00 AM
Alright so I have a little discussion questiong that I am bringing over from youtube. I had a guy talking about buying a sub-machinegun for PDW in situations where he wants to upscale slightly to something with a little bit more mag capacity. Well I got to thinking about this and remembered something that the Israeli's have been doing for a short period of time now, and the idea has been around since the handgun has been. Think 1896 Mauser Broomhandle.

Yep....stocks on a pistol. He has a glock, and we all know about the 30 round mags that glock offers. So does anyone know about reliability and quality of stocks for pistols now-a-days? I mean the general idea that shouldering the weapon will increase stability and accuracy seem fairly basic, but is it practical in real life? Just curious what other people might think.

paull
October 7, 2009, 12:22 PM
Addressed ad nauseum...
Search pistol, shoulder stock...
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mikejonestkd
October 7, 2009, 02:50 PM
Putting a shoulder stock on a handgun puts the owner into " NFA " territory.

I suggest you post the question over in the NFA forum for details.