Law Tactical AR Folding Adapter Gen 3

The Law Tactical Folding Stock Adapter works with direct impingement or gas piston systems and fits A2, carbine, mil-spec or commercial buffer tube and stocks. It can be used with standard bolt carrier groups including: full auto, semi auto, 5.56 to .308.

The Law Tactical Folding Stock Adapter was designed for low profile transport of AR rifles in non-permissive environments. The adapter is ideal for any situation that requires a smaller profile weapon for transport and storage. Simple one-button release folds the stock. To engage, just unfold and fire. The stock automatically locks into place, requiring no fine motor skills.

Designed, built and assembled in the USA from CNC machined, 4140 steel.

The adapter does not affect gun function when unfolded in the standard fire position. The rear portion of the adapter is built to the same specifications as a standard receiver to ensure maximum compatibility. An integrated single point sling attachment point is included.

KAC SBR with Sig 551A1 SBR

When in the folded position, your AR Rifle will easily fit in a bookbag or other Urban Carry Solutions.

11.3 KAC SBR next to Mp5k for size comparison.

Adapter can be coated and painted as needed to match your rifle

Raven Concealment MODULOADER FRAMES SUBLOAD BASE Review

Lets face it, not every trip to the range calls for a big decked out “Battle Belt.” While I am a fan of being able to run multiple mags of 5.56 comfortably, the typical battle belt is not for your every day situation. Whether you are in a professional setting, a concealed situation, or just don’t want to stick out at your local range, Raven Concealment’s new “MODULOADER FRAMES” give users the ability run their favorite molle gear, without the need for a bulky battle belt.

MODULOADER FRAMES – SUBLOAD BASE

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Raven Concealment sells the Moduloader Frames in 2 configurations, the “SUBLOAD BASE,” and the “MODULAR BASE.” The “SUBLOAD BASE,” as seen in this review, is designed to drop the pouches below the belt line, and in my case, allow access to my magazines while wearing body armor. By only requiring two rows of webbing, the pouch is easily adjusted slightly up or down during initial instillation. Made specifically for HSGI pouches, these Frames should work with most molle based systems. (slight modification may be required)

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While the “MODULAR BASE” comes with the option for belt loops, paddle attachment, or pancake wings, the “SUBLOAD BASE” only comes with permanently mounted drop loops. With loop sizes from 1.25″ – 2″, the user will also be able to choose the size or number of “fingers” for each frame ordered. Think of a finger as a column of your typical molle. Each “MODULOADER FRAME” requires one finger of space between pouches. As you can see in my pictures, I have a 3 finger for 2 pistol pouches and a 5 finger for 2 rifle pouches.

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One thing I noticed after a few weeks of use, was my ability to rotate the drop loops. By rotating them 180 degrees, I was still able to run my belt through the loops. With the belt inserted, the drop loops are unable to rotate back up.

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By rotating the loops, I was able to convert the “SUBLOAD BASE” into a more conventional magazine pouch, bringing the mags back above the belt. While this is not as strong, nor a permanent fix, I have had no issues using this set-up for shooting at the range when body armor is not required.

Over the last several weeks, I’ve been wearing this set-up daily. My only complaint so far is with the offered “taco pouches” by HSGI. While they are widely used, tough, and functional, they swallow my Glock 19 mags. The retention is great, but during speed reload drills or qualifications, I find myself halving trouble indexing my pistol mags quickly. I have no doubt that with a taller mag, or shorter pouch, this would no longer be a problem.

It’s important to remember that in addition to the SUBLOAD BASE, if your planning on wearing plates, you will need a drop leg holster, or offset – drop adapter. This will allow comfortable access to your sidearm as well as your magazines.

The Raven Concealment MODULOADER FRAMES can be purchased directly from Raven Concealment

Online Training Collaboration

BA and Police Fit

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