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JayB
December 03, 2011, 22:52
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This is not my Woo. Maybe a member here? I found this while searching for AR stocks. It is from Nordic components. http://shop.nordiccomp.com/NC-Compact-Retractable-Butt-Stock-STK-NCR-CRS.htm What do ya think?

StormWerkz
December 03, 2011, 23:06
That is the Nordic stock on the StormWerkz stock adapter.
Looks like an old style weaver scope base.
Could use one of s0b3's grips and a StormWerkz picatinny mount.

s0b3
December 03, 2011, 23:15
Originally posted by StormWerkz
That is the Nordic stock on the StormWerkz stock adapter.
Looks like an old style weaver scope base.
Could use one of s0b3's grips and a StormWerkz picatinny mount.

it's funny how the guys with the wire stock want the ar15 adapter and now the guys that have the ar15 adapter want the wire stock :tongue:

i haven't handled one of the nordics but they have decent reviews. i picked up a AGP polymer side folder i plan on trying out with a woo. it's a lot lighter than the metal stocks and uses the standard ace patterns so it will bolt right up to a stormwerkz adapter.

a few years ago, there wasn't much aftermarket support. now you can trick these things out.

JayB
December 03, 2011, 23:32
Originally posted by s0b3


it's funny how the guys with the wire stock want the ar15 adapter and now the guys that have the ar15 adapter want the wire stock

Yeah, exactly what I thought.:biggrin:

Ellis
December 08, 2011, 10:47
I wonder just how rigid that thing is when its fully extended. It doesn't look like there is much there, but it is pretty cool in any case.

I checked out the website and I was surprised to see that the wire stock was actually for the AR15. What do they do with the buffer tube? Is there some sort of "para upper" for the AR15 that does away with it?

The good thing for me is that this has settled the question about which adapter I want to get for my DR200. I wanted to use my VLTOR Emod stock but I also like the looks of the Ace skeleton. The AR adapter is more money but that would be mitigated by not having to purchase the skeleton at all. I was torn between the two but now seeing this wire stock, buying the AR adapter gives me a 3rd option. I can give my rifle the AR100c look if I felt like it. So - AR adapter it is.

Options are a good thing.

StormWerkz
December 08, 2011, 11:07
The stock is intended to be used with .22 conversions which don't use the buffer system.

Ellis
December 08, 2011, 11:11
If thats the case, then will that wire stock handle the energy from a shoulder-fired .556?
It looks at least as substantial as the AR100c but I recall people here talking about that being a cheap, malf'ing stock too.

StormWerkz
December 08, 2011, 11:23
Will work just fine, I have customers who have used that stock on Ar-180b's and shotguns.

s0b3
December 08, 2011, 20:28
yeah 5.56/.223 isn't too hard on the stock. there's pics of a 6.8 that bent the plunger of a collapsible stock though.

Ellis
December 08, 2011, 23:55
You and I were just talking about changing from a barrel mounted swivel to a front furniture swivel on my rifle and it just occurred to me - where the heck would I mount the rear swivel if I went with this wire stock? Would I have to go to one of those single point "tactical" spaghetti slings? I have one for my AR and I can't figure out how to use it. The thing is a mess.

StormWerkz
December 09, 2011, 00:17
Looks like there is a threaded hole above the stock release button, should be tapped 10-32 for standard swivel studs.

Ellis
December 09, 2011, 00:24
Take a minute and look at the three pics they post in their catalog. The third is a top-down shot of the extended, unmounted stock. I thought I was looking at the slide release button at first, but then I can see the hole drilled in it. Obviously Nordic neglected to install the swivel button in the other two pics. It looks like you're correct- Stormwerkz customer service to the rescue again. I'll be sending a money order to you for that AR style stock adapter, you've earned my business. :D

Ellis
January 20, 2013, 22:51
An update for people who were interested in this stock...


About a year ago, Nordic put their CRS buttstock on hiatus while it was being "redesigned". I emailed the company to get an update and kept getting promises of "its in the final stages", "we're ironing out some machining things", and "soon".

It finally showed up late last summer, and the price was double the original CRS cost. I decided to hold off on the purchase. I'm regretting that now because they've discontinued the stock altogether. It no longer has a listing on their site catalog and no mention of it anywhere.

Does anyone have info on why this stock was discontinued before I email Nordic again to find out what happened?

dawg180
January 23, 2013, 13:18
I suspect it simply did not sell that well, the uses for it are somewhat limited quite honestly...

I think I have one banging around in the spare parts drawer now that I think about it...

Ellis
January 23, 2013, 21:48
Let me know if you do. If I don't go broke at the show this weekend I might be interested in taking it off your hands.

EVC-3
January 24, 2013, 12:28
That pic is a DR300 or else they removed the gas plug for the picture.

jam762
January 26, 2013, 13:48
The stock is intended to be used with .22 conversions which don't use the buffer system.

Who makes a .22 cal conversion kit for the Woo?

s0b3
January 27, 2013, 02:15
Who makes a .22 cal conversion kit for the Woo?

no one. the stock was designed for an ar-15 .22 since it doesn't require a buffer tube. many have modified it to use with weapons that use an ar15 threaded buffer tube but no buffer system.

johnvanjr
February 02, 2013, 21:37
I'm seriously thinking about the idea of installing a AGP AR-15 polymer folding stock on my Daewoo DR-200. I already have an ACE receiver block installed. Will the AGP stock bolt to the receiver block? I recently read another post about someone trying it. If it does fit, will it when folded to the right, interfere with the bolt handle? Thanks!!

s0b3
February 02, 2013, 21:48
I'm seriously thinking about the idea of installing a AGP AR-15 polymer folding stock on my Daewoo DR-200. I already have an ACE receiver block installed. Will the AGP stock bolt to the receiver block? I recently read another post about someone trying it. If it does fit, will it when folded to the right, interfere with the bolt handle? Thanks!!

i mounted one once to see how it looks. it mounted up fine, don't recall if there was any interference when mounted.

gwailo
February 03, 2014, 22:46
I suspect it simply did not sell that well, the uses for it are somewhat limited quite honestly...

I think I have one banging around in the spare parts drawer now that I think about it...

P.M. Sent on stock.
I need one to finish my build.

Kenny
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