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    C93 with Cetme wood

    I can't remember if I ever posted this here or not. A couple of years ago I put some Cetme wood on my C93. I was going through some of my pics and came across this and thought I'd share it here. Fun little project BTW.


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    i really do like that.
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    That is sweeeeeeeeeet!

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    See now ... that's great and what I want!!

    I have a G3 set that I know I can make the fore arm work and the butt stock but .... How do I get that long recoil rod off?? The C93 butt stock doesn't come apart without heavy machinery, so I think the G3 stock and rear metal section (cut short) is the way to go. RTG has a steel back plate with a big hole in it that would need the inner plate from the C93 stock .... that won't come apart easily. Stymied, I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stnwll View Post
    See now ... that's great and what I want!!

    I have a G3 set that I know I can make the fore arm work and the butt stock but .... How do I get that long recoil rod off?? The C93 butt stock doesn't come apart without heavy machinery, so I think the G3 stock and rear metal section (cut short) is the way to go. RTG has a steel back plate with a big hole in it that would need the inner plate from the C93 stock .... that won't come apart easily. Stymied, I am.

    You don't need to take anything off the 93 stock. Drill the weld out on the back side the G3 backplate to remove the recoil rod then bevel the hole where the rod was on the front side of the backplate to allow a spot for the 93 recoil rod to nest. Assemble the backplate to the stock and install a G3 buffer, it'll work just fine in combination with the 93's buffered bolt.
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    That looks sweet Cuda, first I've seen with CETME wood. Mine with G3 wood and big brother...guns 132.jpg
    And G3 lower
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    Thanks 45-70. I'll give that a go.

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