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Is this an M1 Enforcer stock?
A friend has this and is wanting to sell it, I'm thinking of picking it up. What might this stock be worth?

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It's been a number of years since I saw one, but that does look like the old IJ Enforcer. It should be worth $75-100, because of scarcity. :D
 

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Hmmm. Something looks "off". I've own two of the Iver Johnson Enforcers and both came with a metal vented upper handguard. Also, there isn't a barrel band. The Enforcer barrel is either 9.5" or 11" and held in place with a front sight/barrel nut assembly. Is he just offering you the lower part of the stock minus some parts?
 

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I'm no ATF legal scholar, but there might be issues relating to putting a rifle receiver in the pistol stock. The Enforcer receivers are registered as pistols, so they can have short barrels on them. But an M1 receiver is a rifle receiver so there may be problems with putting a shorty barrel or a pistol grip on one of those.
 

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sam obispo said:
But an M1 receiver is a rifle receiver so there may be problems with putting a shorty barrel or a pistol grip on one of those.
putting a short barrel, under 16inches, on a rifle receiver will be a BIG PROBLEM......if you don't register the receiver as a SBR. however, putting a rifle receiver with the rifle length barrel, 16 inches or longer, on a stock that has a pistol grip isn't a problem, providing that the overall length of it does not fall under 26 inches......otherwise that also will be consider a SBR. that is federal law......but also check with your state and local laws as well, some may have laws that are more stricter.
 

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I to have an IJ Enforcer and from looking at the pic you can see the end of the forestock where the screw at one time went into the stock. I may be wrong but it looks like someone has a full length carbine in that stock and have had to cobble together what is seen, I could be wrong but it does look like just the stock is enforcer but the handguard is wrong. Just my personal opionion.
By the way I really like the Enforcer, its basically good for nothing but blasting away as the sights are hard to see at arms length (for tired old eyes anyway) and talk about a dragon, its a fire-breather, other than those negatives its a fun piece.

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pktrkt said:
...... it looks like someone has a full length carbine in that stock and have had to cobble together what is seen, I could be wrong but it does look like just the stock is enforcer but the handguard is wrong.....
You nailed it. I was told the lower stock is an Enforcer, manufacturer unknown. A Carbine is installed, and band and handguard are also Carbine parts. I am getting this on a trade, I know they are somewhat rare, and was looking for a value.
 

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I agree with JR as they are kinda hard to locate and $70.00 - $100.00 would be a good price if your wanting one. The Gun Shows i've been to in Tulsa have had very few and the ones that I seen were for the Universal and were expensive. I guess the ones for the Universal could be crafted to work but I'm not sure.

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