If you're gonna do that, why not just buy the SBR to start with???
Well, if you live in a state that doesn't allow SBRs, or don't want to wait a year before the ATF slow leaks your Form 1 or Form 4 back to you, I can see doing this. Of course, you can always install this thing while you wait for ATF to process your paperwork, then replace the pistol buffer tube and arm-thingie with a proper carbine stock. . . ATF is apparantly well aware that people are getting a cheek weld with these things, just as they have been doing with padded pistol buffer tubes all along. But it is not a stock, just as the pistol buffer tube is not, and it is not "designed or intended" to be used as a stock, so they've green-lighted it. . . for now. . . Personally, I'd just configure the darned thing as a pistol while awaiting Form 1 approval, but allegedly, these things do "acceptably" as a ersatz stock.
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