Scout AKM Buttstock V1.1.2


Scout AKM Buttstock V1.1.2: Laffs Dynamics

A lightweight, fixed AKM buttstock designed for the use of optics. The overall length of the design is ~12mm longer than that
of the soviet version. The cheek comb is also ~12mm higher than OEM, to aid in use of side rail mounted optics. (See Note 2)
The hollow portion of the stock has printed reinforcements for enhanced durability, reducing damage from impact forces.

This design either can be printed as two halves (plus the buttpad) or a single part, for printers with build
volumes as large as CR10s.

Update V1.1.2: Updated buttstock shank for tighter fitment within rear of the weapon receiver. Updated print settings based off
the more common Ender 3 3D printers. Updated name of designer.

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C
First Layer Print Height: .20mm
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Thickness: .40mm
Wall Perimeters: 5+
Infill: 32%

No supports are required for printing.

Hardware Needed:

2x M4x12mm – M4x15mm Screws

4x Dowel Rods: 1/4in diameter, 30mm long (See Note 3)

Gorilla Clear Glue


NOTE: Skip to step 5 if printing the single part stock.

1) Lightly spray both stock mating faces and dowel rods with water. (Gorilla CLEAR glue cures with moisture.)

2) Apply gorilla clear glue into the dowel rod insertion holes, then press the dowels in.

3) Apply the adhesive the the mating face and dowel rod insertion holes of the stock half (Or whichever half doesn’t have
the dowel rods inserted.)

4) Press both stock halves together. Wipe away any adhesive squeezeout, and clamp together/put something heavy on the two
halves for 2 hours minimum.

5) Screw the buttpad onto the stock’s end.

6) Press the buttstock into the rear trunnion of the AKM, and drive the mounting screws, holding the buttstock in place.


1) Should the OEM rear trunnion stock retention screws be of a different diameter, simply drill the holes in the stock to the
proper diameter before mounting. Doing this avoids the risk of cracking along layer lines, should you drive larger screws in.

2) With an OEM buttstock, many AK weapon platform users have criticized that side rail attached optics are mounted too high, forcing users to
use a “chin weld” instead of a cheek weld when aiming down sights. The higher cheek comb on this stock still allows the use of iron sights,
whilst aiding in side rail attached optics usage.

3) Due to the use of only 4 dowel rods (For 2 Part Stock Only) it’s recommended to use metal based dowels to avoid flexing between the
two halves. (Steel, brass, iron, etc.)

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