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    Default m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    Looking for someone that is local and not going to kill me money wise to change a m4 buffer tube out for a a2 tube any help would be great
    Last edited by Reds82; August 5th, 2010 at 12:55 AM.

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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds82 View Post
    Looking for someone that is local and no going to kill me money wise to change a m4 buffer tube out for a a2 tube any help would be great

    That's a really simple process, the tubes just screw in & out, the only things to watch for are losing the hidden spring, and tightening the collapsible stock nut.

    Really, Google it a bit, swapping stocks is easy.

    ETA: Skip the YouTube instructions, they suck. Seems to be mostly wanna-be's with Airsoft crap and almost no understanding of what they're discussing.
    Last edited by GunLawyer001; August 5th, 2010 at 12:24 AM.
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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    Yea I would do it but I dont have the spanner wrench too do it

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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    Chances are pretty good that the wrench will be less than paying a gunsmith to make the change.
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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    Its really easy to do, you can do it yourself. Brownells has some really good vid on how to build an AR15.

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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    Ditto! You can pick up a wrench at just about any gun show, too.

    And if you go to a gun show where Mark Hostetter has tables (Precision Firearms), he'll do it for you at a reasonable price while you wait.
    Last edited by Echo Papa; August 7th, 2010 at 09:36 AM.

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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    if you cant do it, i have a spanner wrench and i'm not too far from you.
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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    I was about offering to him on the spanner wrench too.

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    Default Re: m4 to a2 stock lehighvalley

    i'm in west allentown, out near the turnpike, have the wrenches and vise blocks if you need.

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