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Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by RUSH2112, Jan 24, 2010.


  1. RUSH2112

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    Two questions for those who own the CTR-C:

    1. I'm not clear on the difference between the commercial (CTR-C) and milspec (CTR-M) versions. Could I use the C on my double star 15?

    2. would someone who owns the CTR-C be kind enough to tell me the actual length top to bottom on the butt plate ?

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  2. hottnucks

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    It all depends on what kind of receiver extension you have. I believe the Doublestar rifles use commercial spec tubes. Here is an illustration explaining the differences:
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    If you want a really good cheek weld, get a Magpul ACS!
     

  3. RUSH2112

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    Thanks hottnucks! I just found some info on the DS tubes and they are commercial spec. I don't think the ACS will do for me what I need. If the CTR measures the way it looks in the pics I should be able to hold the rifle slightly higher on my shoulder than with the original m4 stock. The rear plate on my stock measures 5 1/8". The CTR-C looks like it has about 1/2" more real estate.
     
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  5. RUSH2112

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    Thanks mvivian, I'm gonna go ahead and order one of those. Won't win any beauty contests but it will do the job.
    Midwest Ind. has them for $70.
     
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