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Hi there,

I just bought a brand new TM-VSR10 and a Taring Carving stock. The new gun works great, but when I take it out of its old stock and put it in it's new one, it won't fit.
I can slide it in most of the way, but on the receiver end of the rifle it seems to stop sliding in about 2mm away from where it should sit flush. I even tried to screw the bolts back in so secure the receiver and outer barrel to the stock, but the back receiver bolt won't even screw in due to not reaching its hole.
My question is, which part of the receiver should I sand? I already sanded where the back end of the reciver should go, and where the hop block is. Still no luck.

Any suggestions?
 

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Taring carving is notorious for poor fitment. Those stocks look gorgeous. I've worked with them before, they're great craftmanship. But I usually recommend my customers replace the hopup mounting block with one that has an integrated mag catch because getting that to work in the TC stock is a nightmare.

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I usually recommend my customers replace the hopup mounting block with one that has an integrated mag catch because getting that to work in the TC stock is a nightmare.

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Can you please elaborate on this? I have never seen a mounting block with a integrated mag catch, or maybe I am not thinking straight

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sound interesting, because I only see that design on cheap clone guns ( tercel m007, agm mp001,china made vsr10....)
 

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They come on some guns. For example the well MB10 has an integrated mag catch on the mounting block. I use such guns as donors if I know the customer has (or plans) a TC stock, for that exact reason :)
 
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