shoulder stock

shoulder stock

[′shōl·dər ‚stäk]
(ordnance)
An item usually made of hardwood to which the barrel assembly and other parts of a shoulder-fired gun are attached; usually designed in one piece.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Aycicek stressed that recoil in pistols present a much more difficult problem in pistols than in rifles, which can be managed with both the grip and shoulder stock.
it is not intended to be and cannot comfortably be fired from the shoulder." The letter continued, "Therefore, an NFA firearm has not necessarily been made when the device is not reconfigured for use as a shoulder stock, even if the attached firearm happens to be fired from the shoulder." The BATFE does not consider shouldering a pistol stabilizing brace-equipped firearm, in and of itself, to render it an SBR.
Then I purchased a Chinese-style Inglis, one complete with shoulder stock and an FN variant with Nazi stamps.
Caption: The Inglis is a good choice for conversion to full auto because of the availability of a shoulder stock holster.
There's even a select-fire model with an extended magazine and shoulder stock.
The SABER Push Button Adjustable Hybrid (PBA-H) shoulder stock allows for several tool-less adjustments.
Dianne Feinstein has long railed against the device, telling the Associated Press several years ago, "This replacement shoulder stock turns a semi-automatic rifle into a weapon that can fire at a rate of 400 to 800 rounds per minute," California Sen.
The bolt-action gun had had its shoulder stock and all but 4cm of its barrel removed, Mr Horne said.
The current language places common items like shotguns with pistol grips, but no shoulder stock at risk, but Bishop's bill clearly exempts these items from NFA designation.
The metal shoulder stock is longer and thicker than his forearm.
Other ergonomic features include an adjustable shoulder stock and hand grip.