Hey all, new user on the forums, been lurking for the better part of a year. Bought my gen 2 9mm sub2000 a little over a year ago and fell in love. Put a bunch of mcarbo parts into it and turned it into my tacticool backpack gun. One thing that isn't available and always bothered me was the stock. It's too small and with the locking tab being right where the cheek weld should be, it makes an otherwise amazing gun much less enjoyable to shoot. I recently got into 3d printing and was inspired by another user on the site who made a 3d printed LOP stock similar to an A2. To my knowledge that sort of thing never became regularly available to people do to some hiccups he ran into. So I have been working for a week or so on a new design overall to replace both the locking mechanism and stock to make the sub2000 even better. I really just wanna gauge everyone's interest in something like that. I'm currently on iteration 2 of the stock and iteration 5 of the locking system. When I get it finished I'd like it to fit on any stock sub2k buffer tube and maintain the same LOP system. It won't have anything on top to impede your cheek weld and the stock will allow more surface area in your shoulder pocket. I've also incorporated a passive retention magazine slot into the stock for rapid deployment of a 17 round glock Pmag (others may fit but I haven't tested them yet). The best part: I wanna provide all the files for free to the community so that everyone can print it if they desire or have it printed from any of the on demand services. Thanks for your time and stay tuned in the coming days for pic drops!