View attachment 57394
As you see it:
4lbs 11.2 oz
Length Folded - 16” on the dot
Length Unfolded - 24 5/8”
Height - 8 1/2”
Width Folded - 3 1/8”
Width Unfolded - 2 1/8”
LOP: 14 7/8”
Holosun HS503GU Green Circle Dot
BCM Gunfighter Mod 3 Vertical Grip
REHV Arms Picatinny stock adapter
A3 Tactical stock with Sig folding hinge (7.75" extension)
100% reliable through 400 dolla- I mean 400 rounds.
The offset stock puts the top at my cheek perfectly and my eye right in line with the red dot. Could even use the iron sights with a little scrunch.
The charging handle clears the stock, but I think I'm going to smooth down the little ridge at the top front as there's potential to catch on it just barely. The stock adapter leaves plenty of room to get to the mag latch. However, it does occlude the QD mounting point at the rear unless you use a particularly small QD attachment on the sling since the space is narrow. No idea if such an attachment even exists on the market.
Something you'll notice - no sling swivels on the stock. I chose not to prioritize that, as I can still use the one on the bottom of the grip if I ever decide to sling it. Realistically, a paracord loop on the stock will mount a QD sling attachment anyway.
One minor interference: when folded, the stock impedes actuating the safety with the thumb. Still accessible on the other side, so this is minor in my opinion. The stock is modular in that you can mount the hinge and buttplate on either end, in either orientation; unfortunately no other configuration resolved the interference without raising the stock up to interfere with the charging handle.
It's been a hell of a lot of fun as a pistol. I'll update soon with how it shoots as an SBR.
Small legal note: ignore the OAL listed on the stamp form... I had to register it at it's pistol length as I hadn't decided on a stock yet. I filed an adjustment letter at the new length. Turns out the ATF requires that you register for the stamp with an exact assembled length, but having a pistol and stock in hand with the intent to assemble them without a stamp is illegal, so... catch 22. I am not a lawyer and I don't play one on TV.