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Beretta stock spacers

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by butcher, Feb 29, 2012.

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  1. butcher

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    What is the number of the front and back spacer to raise the stock to the highest position for a right hander?
     
  2. Trauma901

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    I believe it's 40 DX.
     
  3. Tron

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    C-50-DX
     
  4. Dickgshot

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    Tron is correct as usual. I have an extra set if you need them.
     
  5. Trauma901

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    Tron, please explain? Obviously I don't quite get it?
     
  6. Dickgshot

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    I will explain. What determines how much you raise the stock with a shim is the difference in the numbers between the top of the shim and the bottom, which indicates how tapered the shim is. The more tapered a shim is, obviously the more it will change the angle of the stock to the receiver. The
    numbers themselves are supposed to be a measure of the drop but only for a
    particular type of stock. The 40 is for a trap stock which is high to start
    with. The 50 is for a sporting or field stock which starts much lower.

    The 50 is 50/65 a difference of 15mm which will raise the heel of the stock 15mm.. For the 40 to raise it higher than that, it would have to be 40/60 a difference of 20mm. I think the 40 is 40/45 a difference of only 5mm. It will
    hardly raise it at all.
     
  7. butcher

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    A 40/45 trap is the same as a c 55/60. I have no idea what the c stands for.
    A c 50/65 is higher than a trap 40/45. I don't understand Beretta's nomenclature but I know the forgoing is true from actual usage.
     
  9. butcher

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    How high can you go with the spacers? I have a field stock that I would like to raise high enough to see some gap between beads to uase for trapshooting?
     
  10. autogun

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    I think a 50 is as high as Beretta sells. You can make your own but you need to modify the metal washer as well. Might try a 50 and some moleskin first.
     
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