Dan Haga Designs AR-15 Grip and 1913 Stock Adapter for Henry AR-7 Survival Rifles

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    Dan Haga Designs, a company known for creating parts and adapters for firearms that normally don’t have huge aftermarket support, has introduced another interesting accessory for one of such firearms – the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 rifle.

    Dan Haga Designs AR-15 Grip and 1913 Stock Adapter for Henry AR-7 Survival Rifle (5)

    This adapter is designed to be installed in place of the original stock of Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 rifle. It allows attaching AR-15 grips to the AR-7 rifle as well as provides a rear 1913 Picatinny rail section to install stocks like those made for the SIG MPX/MCX series of firearms.

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    As in the case of many other Dan Haga Designs products, this one is also made of 3D printed (SLS – Selective Laser Sintering) nylon. After coming out of the printer, the part is tumbled and painted black. The polymer Picatinny rail section is then attached to the rear of the adapter. This adapter is a drop-in accessory and according to the company, it “Installs using a socket head screw that reuses the factory threaded holes on the AR7. No drilling required. Drive size is 3/16″“.

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    The MSRP of Dan Haga Designs AR-15 grip and 1913 stock adapter for AR7 Survival Rifle is $125. Currently, it is not yet available for purchase and has a “Coming Soon” status. There is no estimated start of shipping, however, it should be available shortly. You can enter your email on their website to be notified about the availability. Initially, the company announced that they will start shipping it by the end of this week, however, due to unexpectedly high demand, they postponed the release a little bit to make more adapters.

    It’s amazing how swapping a couple of parts dramatically changes the appearance of a rather old school design converting it into something with quite a modern look. What do you think about this adapter? Would you get one to upgrade your AR-7 Survival Rifle or do you prefer its original design where the disassembled rifle is stored inside the stock?


    Images from www.danhagadesigns.com



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