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Manufacturer Wrj Holdings Llc
Pricing Unit EA
Model AR
UPC 852237007365
SKU ARH300
Width 6.1000
Length 9.4000
Height 2.6000
Weight 0.7300
Item: SYL_ARH300

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  • By izzyb 1 month ago
    Purchased on: March 2021
  • Sylvan Arms AKA WRJ Holdings AKA Classic Firearms.

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    Made in China. You can buy 1000 any brand you want for $20 each on Alibaba.

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    I would only get one of these if I had a CZ Bren or a Brownell BRN 180, as those rifles can work fine while folded, just like an AK 47. Anyone putting this on a regular AR-15 is doing it cause it’s cool but definitely not as useful as on other builds

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    It's almost like a folding stock should only go on guns that are designed so that they work with folding stocks. Amazing.

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    For its price not bad bulkier than the LAW but for the simplicity its nice

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    Works well. I have had no issues. Check their video on YouTube. They break down the improvements made to it over the generations.

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    Great to make my AR-9 Foxtrot Mike flavor even more compact! I’m in for one. ....what’s that smell?.......trolls

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    These are the dumbest things imaginable. They literally break your rifle. "Hey, I want an expensive device that renders my rifle inoperable when I use it! Why? Well, my DPMS Sportical carbine with collapsible stock is too long for the tacticool stuff I do with it, like sitting at home fondling it. What? You say actual soldiers and marines managed to get in and out of trucks and HMMWVs just fine with 20" barreled rifles? Yeah but I'm TACTICAL." The only thing dumber than this device is the people who buy it.

    Rifle is fine.

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    Do soldiers keep their rifles under the seat of their truck when they go grocery shopping

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    Good Point Gunhack.

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    I don't know. I never got deployed to a grocery store, what's it like? Sounds terribly dangerous! Did you get combat pay?

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    Only if they are doing tactical grocery shopping for operator SOCOM SEAL Navy Team-6 waffles or ninja donuts

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    I thought this thing was stupid, but seeing how it triggers THE FFFF out of you, I want one on every AR I own now!

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    It's your money, pal. Have at it.

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    While I support anyone's right to whatever they feel like with their rifles, Vrock is 100% correct...

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    Wow. You’re an idiot.

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    I'm sorry, you seem to have mistaken me for someone who would put a folding stock adapter on his AR-15.

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    It's mainly for people who want to conceal a rifle in a backpack without storing the upper and lower separately. If you don't see value in the advantage one would have concealing a rifle in a backpack, then your the idiot.

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    If only Eugene Stoner had designed the AR to break down in half in about three seconds...oh wait.

    Also, it's "you're". :)

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    So are you telling me you have an m16 replica with a fixed stock and ironsights and no accessories or upgrades???

    You are a troll.

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    Well, I have three 20" clones (A1, A2, A4) as well as multiple other rifles with barrel lengths between 14.7 and 18 inches. One of which is a M4 clone. I was issued the A2 once upon a time and it's an old friend. Other than prism sights on the A4 and M4 guns, they are pretty darn clone correct. My other rifles are not clones, but are customized parts builds with different stocks, scopes, triggers, muzzle devices, etc.. None of them have useless crap on them that renders the rifle inoperative, or reduces reliability.

    Sorry you feel I'm a troll. I just don't like tacticool stuff that serves no real purpose, or worse, breaks otherwise functional rifles.

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    Just an fyi, it does not make the rifle inoperable, it will allow you to fire 1 shot with the stock folded but has warnings not to do so as it puts a lot of stress on the bolt carrier stop pin that protrudes when the stock is folded. It's the same thing with the law folding adapter. If anyone wants one that will allow for repeated shots with the stock folded, dead foot tactical offers their own folding stock adapter. In addition lwrc and several others offer pdw telescoping stocks. Lastly, no one should plan on any real accuracy when firing with a stock folded. That was one of the first things that they taught us when deployed and issued full auto Russian AK47's with folding stocks for special operations.

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    Reread your post. Maybe you will be laughing as hard as we were while reading it. If you don't need accuracy, pack a pistol that you can fire more than once without damaging it. And 'special operations'. Is that what they call riding the short bus nowadays? Usually people in or that was in any type of 'special ops' do not mention it on a public site...usually. On a private site they go all apeshit. But not on gun.deals

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    Turning an auto-loading rifle into a single-shot (with the chance of damaging the weapon in the process) qualifies as rendering inoperable in my book, but okay.

    And I somehow doubt you were deployed in any "special operations with full-auto Russian AK-47s", and certainly not in this century

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    Shut up Karen

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    Don't forget extra batteries in your backpack for your NC Star red dot sight, man. You'll need them for all those covert patrols you're going on with your "concealed rifle".

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    Ah excuse me sir but the NcSTAR VISM SPD Solar Flipdot with KPM Mounting System is freaking awesome. Like seriously badass.

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    If you say so. I'd rather use iron sights than any of their optics, but if it works for you, have at it.

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    Can go wrong wit iron sights.

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    It's a skill many of the younger breed don't seem to have. I was hitting a 10" gong at 125 yards off hand with my A2 the other day, and a 20 something guy with an AK and a red dot was amazed that it could be done with iron sights.

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    Go back to Reddit, try-hard.

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    These work pretty good

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    I found it for 149 a couple places. It has free lifetime warranty. I just don't like classic. From my research it should work fine on my 7.62x39 all basic set up

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    My local gun store was charging $163 for these damn things! $142 for a SBA3 pistol brace, and $250 for the SB PDW brace! Believe it or not, their firearm prices are actually pretty reasonable though so

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    there's a couple other places selling it for the same price or even less including primary arms if you don't like supporting sweaty Ben

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    Sweaty Ben is so much better than the "Clint" chump. So annoying to watch anything he does.

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    yeah but classic shipping is only $3 and they have a lifetime warranty of $8. primary arms shipping is usually around 8 to $10? who is selling it for less than 150? btw, do you know if adding that extra weight to your bcg will increase felt recoil, and needed cycling gas? on a adj gas block, low mass bcg setup. and does it leak any gas out of the adapter into your face?

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