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The stock on my new m70 npap is not angled down very much. You practically have to jam your cheek against the stock to look down the sights, which causes some bruises and uncomfortableness. I was thinking about buying a new stock for it. I saw a tapco t6 adjustable stock for the m70 for 50$, which was cheap compared to others I found. Does anyone know if this is a good stock or if it is difficult to install?
 

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I bought my NPAP with the T-6 already attached


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- I shoot mine with my nose practically touching the back of the receiver. This greatly reduces "NPAP SLAP" to your face....and also for me makes a better sight picture. If you extend the stock out and shoot with the same length of pull and cheek weld you would use for a hunting rifle, you are going to get smacked in the kisser. Yu should not be shooting your AK like this anyway!


- +1 on M76 wood stock. It's design will keep the slap form happening. However, you will need to do some minor modifications on the wood itself as the N-PAPS have an extra trunion interfering
 

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