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    Do you do these handguard conversion and offer them for sale?

    A couple of decades ago I had purchased an HK91 with every accessory I could find they made (except wood stocks as I didn't see those offered at the time). I sold it to pay for something after I got married and have regretted it ever since. I recently purchased a PTR91 to rectify that regret to and extent but it came with the black synthetic stock (and HK bi-pod) I would prefer the look of the wood furniture on it but do not want to give up the factory bi-pod collar. Do you have any for sale or know where I can get my hands on that and a wood grip?

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    The supply of handguards is limited by available surplus, which is pretty much non-existent these days. Now and then you'll find a surplus stock set for around $200.

    Grips are much easier, go to RTG parts and sign up for the email notification of when they are back in stock. 99% of the wood grips you see out there were made by me and sold through RTG, and one day soon I'm going to catch up on the back log. I have about 100 blanks I'm working on now, I hope to have them turned into grips by fall. I'm just one guy with a duplicating carver, a spindle sander, and unfortunately a day job, but I genuinely enjoy supplying hk and cetme owners with the grips they want at a reasonable price, so I'm motivated to keep producing them until no one buys them any more

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdowney View Post
    The supply of handguards is limited by available surplus, which is pretty much non-existent these days. Now and then you'll find a surplus stock set for around $200.

    Grips are much easier, go to RTG parts and sign up for the email notification of when they are back in stock. 99% of the wood grips you see out there were made by me and sold through RTG, and one day soon I'm going to catch up on the back log. I have about 100 blanks I'm working on now, I hope to have them turned into grips by fall. I'm just one guy with a duplicating carver, a spindle sander, and unfortunately a day job, but I genuinely enjoy supplying hk and cetme owners with the grips they want at a reasonable price, so I'm motivated to keep producing them until no one buys them any more
    And mighty fine grips they are!
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