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AR newbie question #7901931 07/15/20 09:11 PM
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I bought an AR 15 not all that long ago
I feel a little "cramped" holding it to my shoulder, I am 6'4" and long arms
To get it a little longer, could I have the buffer tube changed out, or would I need something else done to it?
I could be fairly accurate with it, but it is a bit uncomfortable
It does have an adjustable stock, but even pulled as far back as it goes, I feel a bit cramped

Sorry for the dumb newbie question
Other than this one, I have only had one other AR, it was an AR 10, and that thing was comfortable, but heavy
That's the reason I got rid of it

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Re: AR newbie question [Re: brucet] #7901941 07/15/20 09:19 PM
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I’d bet you just need to try a different stock.

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Re: AR newbie question [Re: brucet] #7902086 07/15/20 10:43 PM
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There are stock extensions available from most shooter's supply. You may find the fixed stock easier to lengthen and more comfortable.

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Re: AR newbie question [Re: brucet] #7902538 07/16/20 12:44 PM
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Maybe an old style A2 (picture an old Vietnam era M16) style stock would work for you.

Re: AR newbie question [Re: brucet] #7902680 07/16/20 02:31 PM
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Vltor a5 receiver extension

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