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90T HPAR STOCK

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BLT1, Dec 14, 2007.

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  1. BLT1

    BLT1 Member

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    yes there is a difference not for sure how many numbered stocks they made....drop dimensions measured off the rib may be the same when measuring a low rib and measuring the HPAR.....however if you were to install a low ribbed stock on a HPAR there will be at least a 1/4++ inch difference to the drop dimensions......for example a 1 1/4 drop @ comb on a low rib.....installed on a high rib is now 1 1/2 drop @ comb.
     
  2. ljuticsscentennialpro

    ljuticsscentennialpro Member

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    Restless, the low rib guns came with at least 3 different drops of the comb: 1 1/4", 1 1/2", and 1 3/4" on the fixed comb models. There are numbers on the faces of the stocks where the stock butts up to the receiver. These coded numbers such as 1,2,& 3, indicate which stock you have. The gun could also be ordered with factory adjustable combs. Some of the original boxes had a label of different options with check-off boxes to indicate how the gun was set up. I'm not aware that the HPAR had stock options. I believe they all came with the same dimensioned adjustable stocks. It is definitely unusual for a low rib to have the same drop as a HPAR. Why don't you call Kolar or Doug Braker(Production Manager of the 90T) 218-947-3600 to get the final word? Have a restful day.
     
  3. shannon391

    shannon391 Active Member

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    High ribed guns have higher stocks. Add on a one inch rib and that's how much you need to raise the stock. So yes the HRAP stock has a much higher comb than the low rib.
     
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