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I am in the process of putting together a AMD-65 and a AKMS-47. Both have folding stocks. Do I have to weld these stocks in the exended position or can I fix them mechanically in the extended position? I don't want to get into trouble with the ABC boys and go to club Fed.
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With my AMD-65's I just removed the screw and spring and replaced it with a shorter screw and tightened it so the stock can't be folded. I am told it is legal because it will take a tool to undo it.
 

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That is what thought also, but I was looking at the Global Traders wesite at the AK parst/stocks and found this under one of the folding stocks:Note: These buttstocks are an assault rifle feature as defined in the 1994 Crime Bill. They must not be installed in combination with another assault rifle feature such as a pistol grip or threaded muzzle on post-ban (after 1990) semi-automatic rifles that can accept detachable magazines. If they are welded such that they cannot be folded, this prohibition does not apply.

http://www.globaltrades.com

I just don't want to get my A$$ in hot water.

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