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    HK 93 Wood Stock

    I was wondering if anyone has a HK93 wood stock they want to sell ? Or might know where I can buy one ? HK Parts sold out.

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    If you don't find one you can cut down a G3 stock. Great thread here: http://www.militaryfirearm.com/Forum...K93-quot-clone and here http://www.militaryfirearm.com/Forum...?19002-G3-Wood
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    Quote Originally Posted by gorbr103 View Post
    I was wondering if anyone has a HK93 wood stock they want to sell ? Or might know where I can buy one ? HK Parts sold out.
    All 93 wood is cut down G3 surplus or custom made. The buttstock is the same, just with a modified G3 backplate, and the handguard is cut and refitted with the G3 steel caps. Several guys were doing these when surplus was cheap and available, now the difficult part is finding the surplus to start with. Usually if you can find a set it costs over $100 to $200 - was $20 a few years ago.

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    I'm looking for one but I might able to acquire it after I gave some modification from 4WheelOnline.

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    Here are some of my conversions to K length 33/93. This set is on my G3K. using Mr. Downeys grips. They just look better when you shorten them from both ends and drill new holes for a factory look and hole count.
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    Very nice! I still have to mod my handguard to fit my K series PTR.

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    Just a little info for you Scott. This is how I remove to Factory small tubular rivets, I also reuse them. I actually drove them out over an amorors puck covered with the blue Scott paper towels.
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    I also made my own carry and charging handles from Ash wood. I had alot of folks on other sites tell me they would break or never last, up I shoot my G3K and HK91 twice a month and both have held up fine since last summer. no cracks or signs of cracking. However I do pressure inject and assemble both pieces with epoxy resin for added strength.
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    I found a better pic of the shortened handguard.

    And a few of my G3/91 bi-pod collar conversions.


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    I did this one with with an old Cetme stock set

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