Starting a separate thread about my New Folding 9 Carbine, Thanks to CICPUP for showing me his. I will enclose process pictures in Volume II I bought a new stock kit to try this with just in case - I didn't want to end up with half a rifle. I cut the new style stock right behind the 2 through bolts where Id have the flattest mounting point for my CZECH VZ-58 Folding stock. Doing the cut on a chop saw gave an excellent uniform straight, right angle cut. The biggest challenge of the job is to anchor the all steel folder tight & rigid to the flexible Tupper-Ware Stock material. I could not use the screw that comes with the stock, so found a long bolt I could bend into a hooked configuration, that would grab one of the steel rods I placed cross wise into existing holes in the stock. The end of the hook is cast into the JB weld Epoxy in the stock cavities. I drilled holes between the cavity walls to allow the JB weld to keep its position permanently- because it wouldn't usually stick to Tupper Ware. The anchor screw NUT needed to be countersunk, so I modified an upside down nut with a cast integral washer (lots of filing). See photos of stock mods & the finished carbine. It is 24" long, sleeker that the original, very strong & fits me well. Had to replace the wavy front rail with an aluminum one, it is great, & holds my powerful green Laser. rear peep sight is from Leepers. I'm very pleased with the results.