Law Tactical AR15 Folding Stock Adapter Gen 3-M AR-15 Folder
Law Tactical AR15 Folding Stock Adapter Gen 3-M AR-15 Folder

Law Tactical AR15 Folding Stock Adapter Gen 3-M AR-15 Folder

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Law Tactical AR15 Folding Stock Adapter Gen 3-M AR-15 Folder


The first folding stock adapter compatible with AR platform rifles. Available in Black 100-015-850WB and FDE 100-022-522WB .

The Law Tactical Folding Stock Adapter works with direct impingement or gas piston systems and fits A2, carbine, mil-spec or commercial buffer tube and stocks. It can be used with standard bolt carrier groups including: full auto, semi auto, 5.56 to .308.

The Law Tactical Folding Stock Adapter was designed for low profile transport of AR rifles in non-permissive environments. The adapter is ideal for any situation that requires a smaller profile weapon for transport and storage. Simple one-button release folds the stock. To engage, just unfold and fire. The stock automatically locks into place, requiring no fine motor skills.

Designed, built and assembled in the USA from CNC machined, 4140 steel.

The adapter does not affect gun function when unfolded in the standard fire position. The rear portion of the adapter is built to the same specifications as a standard receiver to ensure maximum compatibility. An integrated single point sling attachment point is included.

SPECIFICATIONS
Housing Weight: 8.5 oz
Bolt Carrier Extension: 2 oz
Adds 1.3 inches to length of pull
CNC Machined 4140 Steel

Low hinge reduces interference when charging weapon

Retaining Pin uses standard, mil-spec buffer retaining pin

Ionbond DLC finish

ADJUSTABLE hinge tension

4140 HARDENED Steel
Low-profile housing, locking lug and latch
SET SCREW Prevents adapter loosening from receiver

QUICK DETACH Sling attachment point
TOOLESS BOLT CARRIER EXTENSION
Install and remove without tools for easy maintenance

REPLACEABLE O-RINGS
Prevent additional damage to the adapter in the folded position

SYMMETRICAL DESIGN
Eliminates interference with buffer retaining pin

*Installation Tool and Flange included


Customer Reviews

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It is heavy, which you can notice before opening the box! That said it is also expensive! For most users this would simply be a non-justifiable gimmick. Now the good: It is well made! Engrave whatever message you want the world to remember you by because after the catastrophic event that is your demise from either terrorist, animal, or alien, this is one item that will be recovered intact. It will shift the center of balance for your weapon rearward. I believe the best use of this device is on a full size DMR that is carried slung and muzzle down on your back/shoulder to reduce the stock catching on brush, vines, or wires/junk or to ease transport in a vehicle. If it came stock on a government issued weapon, most folks would be going to a collapsible/telescoping stock to save the weight and in patrolling/stalking situations where your weapon must be at the ready or is front slung, it is superfluous. I originally got this to optimize the packability/concealment of a 300blk pistol but will instead put it on a heavy barreled battle rifle then reevaluate for the pistol. I am a 31 year retired Special Forces guy and am not generally concerned about a few ounces if it earns its way. Under certain circumstances this device is absolutely perfect for shortening a weapon. If you hunt with a 308 AR and backpack into rough country where you need your hands free for negotiating obstacles you will praise the day you added it to your weapon and a few ounces will not be noticed. If your weapon goes from vehicle to bench rest it will provide convenience and sure looks cool. However, of all the things to spend your money on perhaps increasing your optics budget will return more satisfying performance results. BTW, I should get mine back from the engraver later this week :-) P:S: It is on the pistol and the weight was easily absorbed without distraction. Great for transportability but still too expensive as it cost more than a complete upper receiver.
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Reviewed by:  from Tacoma, WA. on 5/25/2017
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