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Hello,

New to the forum here and I was hoping you guys might be able to help me identify this stock. I got it from a friend and don't know much about it.

Looking at the schematics i thought the stocks use bolts/ nuts to hold them together. This one seems to use pins to keep it together and I wasn't sure if that means it's older, p90 vs ps90 or authentic vs knock off.

And my final question, any idea what it's worth? I think a pressure pad was adhered to it at one point but otherwise it's in pretty good shape.

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I have never seen or heard of a P or PS using push pins. As far as I know FN only made them one way.
 

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Not sure, the pins don't seem to budge so I can't get a great look in there.

I did find this from an old post on here by user ick:

...kind of like when you used to put plastic models together and when you joined two halves the pegs on one piece went into the holes of the other.
 

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P90/ PS90 Stock Identification - new pics (maybe real?)

Saw my other thread got closed, but here are a few resized pics as per forum rules if the thread was closed for having the photos be too big.

Still hoping you guys might be able to help me get a definitive answer on what it is. Inside there is a date stamp (enclosed in pics)

Not sure if it's older FN, p90 vs ps90 or authentic vs knock off/air soft.

Unfortunately I don't have another rifle to try parts with it. I have thought about building one in this stock, but of course that wouldn't work if it is indeed airsoft.
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Can't help you. Do not know the stock. It looks like a FN stock, seems to have all the markings, but the pins are not normal. Maybe somebody modified it and changed the color because it does not look either black or OD Green.


My best guess is a modified stock but unless I can examine it by taking it apart, I can not be certain.

Personally, I think Airsoft and that is why the thread was closed. We do not do Airsoft here. Maybe Hollywood. But we don't do Hollywood here either.

"I got it from a friend and don't know much about it." says it all. If you can't get the info from them, we are just guessing.

I have never seen pins in a P/PS90 stock before but that does not mean that they do not exist. I am pretty sure that as a member on this forum since 2007, if this were normal, we would have seen it before.
 

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P90/ PS90 Stock Identification - mystery solved (it's real)

Thought you guys would like to know I found out more information on the stock I posted about earlier here.

Turns out it is a legitimate FN stock, and not a fake or airsoft.

I subsequently found a picture of an FN on this site that shows a P90 with similar stock with pegs.

From FN customer service:

"Sir,
This appears to be a very early P-90 frame. Because it is marked as being imported by FN Manufacturing, it is very early, likely prior to 2003"

Now to determine weather I should try to build it out, sell it or buy a new PS90 and use this as a backup stock.
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The p90 and ps90 stocks are slightly different. I was going to reply to your thread but couldn't since it was locked. The ps90 has a "tab" in it so a p90 trigger pack can't be placed directly into it. That plus the markings definitely scream FN made. The push pins is very odd though, never seen that one
 
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