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Bump-Buuster with adjustable pad verses PFS

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  1. butcher

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    Just the Bump-Buster with adjustable LOP and pad rotation without attachment to comb. Veres the PFS
     
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    I agree with PerazziBigBore! I have neck and back problems, even at a young age. I have 2 PFS Stocks. One is on a MX-15 and the other is on a MX8. I have a neck like a giraffe, so a comb is a must. I have never tried the BumpBuster, but have nothing but respect for Ken Rucker and his products. The PFS reduces recoil by a huge margin. The only stock that I have ever shot that came close, was my old Infinity which was custom fitted by Dennis Devault and his group.

    Matt - Woodson Enterprises
    "The Scattergun Store"
     
  3. butcher

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    Does the PFS work like a soft touch or ? How does the grips fit the different guns? Any fitting involved?
     
  4. WoodsonEnt

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    The PFS systems are the same, but the grips are different. Lets suppose you have a Kolar. You buy the entire mechanism for a Kolar. Six months down the road, you decide that a Ljutic is for you. Buy the Ljutic, calll a dealer and order a Ljutic grip, install and now you have a PFS for the Ljutic. If you have any questions, that you would like to discuss in length - give me, Bob Schultz Target Shotguns, or Vern Brown (owner & designer of PFS) a ring or email.

    Matt
     
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