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First off, I apologize if this thread has been done to death I did a quick forum seach and wasn't able to find all the info I needed so I thought I'd just post a new topic.

I'm looking to convert my 11707 from the fixed to a collapsible stock. First off, is this difficult? Once I actually purchase the stock, will I need a gunsmith or is it fairly easy for the 11707? Are there reputable retailers out there who sell it? I would prefer to purchase it from a retailer instead of an individual seller. Also, completely off topic, but my instruction manual says I have a "4+1" tube for my M4, but I was easily able to fit 5 shells in the tube, and think I could possibly fit 6. Is this normal? I'd like to get a mag tube extension soon, but would like the stock first.

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I was just going to post a thread on this...

 

HELP...

 

How do you get the 11707 fixed stock off? I have the C-stock already, just installed a MESA 6 shot holder and the Surefire M80...

 

Help me get that fixed stock off please...

 

Thanks

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I was just going to post a thread on this...

 

HELP...

 

How do you get the 11707 fixed stock off? I have the C-stock already, just installed a MESA 6 shot holder and the Surefire M80...

 

Help me get that fixed stock off please...

 

Thanks

 

Just dissassemble the shotgun and take the trigger group out of the receiver. Then, just rotate the stock to the left and thread it off of the receiver.

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UPDATE:

 

I decided to take on the task of removing the fixed and installing the c-stock. SUCCESS! It's an easier task then I thought!

 

Replacing trigger group was a little tough. I had to make sure pistol grip was aligned and to press on the bolt release...slides right in.

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1811, you have a 11707 and you say it was a fairly simple process?

 

Very simple. If you have your manual you should refer to it. It explains how to remove a stock. If you don't have it you can always google it.

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