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PRESALE! More arriving in approximately a month. You won't be charged until they are here. US Customers, you have to fill out an ATF Form 6 and 6A to import these to the US. The link will be posted here next week with the form.
They will be ARC+ treated (Steel) and Milspec Type3 hard Anodized (Aluminum parts).
You are purchasing the stock, not the complete firearm.
The new Patent Pending NEAG Inc Compact Carbine Stock (CCS) is the ultimate solution for close protection guns: a collapsible stock which renders the NEA-15 7.5” PDW only 21 inches in overall length - nearly 2 inches shorter than a fully collapsed MP5A5, with proven 5.56m NATO performance. A true collapsible stock with a total weight of only 1.5 lbs; only 1oz heavier than a traditional 6-position carbine stock system with buffer and spring. The minimum length is a scant 4.75”, while the fully extended CCS stretches to 8.5” for maximum ergonomic range even on rifles designed expressly for extreme compact size. Materials are 6061-T6 Aluminum and 4041 steel with NEA’s proprietary ARC+ surface treatment. The NEAG Inc CCS is the final evolution of a project intended to provide end users with the ultimate in rifle portability and concealability. Features a single point sling point. These do not work with piston driven AR's. US customers can expect to pay about $46 in brokerage fees at the time of delivery. This is payable to UPS/USPS and not charged at the time of purchase.
Return/buffer system (5.56mm/.223 cal)
Modified bolt carrier.
Does NOT include bolt, firing pin, cam pin or firing pin retaining pin.
Weight : 1lb 8oz (0.68kg) Material : 6061-T6 and ARC+ treated 4140
Length Collapsed : 4.75” (121mm)
Length Extended : 8.5”(216mm)
8620 Tool Steel, ARC+ Nitrided
6065-T6 Aluminum, Milspec Type3 hard Anodized (black)
4140 steel, ARC+ Nitrided
This stock has been painted tan to show you what the stock consists of. It is a two position stock, open and closed.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 10 February, 2013.