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F/S Prcision fit stock

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by slowdp, Feb 16, 2008.

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  1. slowdp

    slowdp TS Member

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    What does the grip fit?
     
  2. vdt

    vdt Active Member

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    where did you get that wooden cheek piece
     
  3. hoggy

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    Looks like one of yours.
     
  4. Hooligan

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    What is the grip? I am really confused now about PFS grips. Is this the latest model? Do grips for different guns have different checkering? This grip has reasonably fine checkering but the latest grips I have seen down in Aus for
    Beretta, Browning and Perazzi all have just a few rows of vertical squiggly
    lines. I like the fine checkering however the advice I received about 3 months ago from Vern indicated that the vertical lines were the "go" on the newest style grips. Can somebody please give me the dope on what is happening? Barry
     
  5. Release Trigger

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    Hooligan (Barry),

    The grips veri from gun to gun depending on make, I have 5 grips for mine and my wife's PFS stocks.

    Two Beretta's one older grip with criss cross checkering pattern, one new style with raised sqiggly lines running down grip.

    Two K-80 grips, one built up with builders bog and one with tennis racquet grip as both are to thin for my large hands. (both came with no checkering or raised lines at all).

    Last I have a Perazzi MX series grip with similar finish as the raised sqiggly Beretta one.

    Love them all and would not trade our PFS's for the nicest timber stock on the market.

    What you have to understand is they are a tool to eliminate recoil and they do just that.

    You do not need to own five whole stocks for five different guns, In my case I have two stocks (or recoil eliminators) and five different grips.

    I take it you are from Downunder if so will you be at Wagga-Wagga for the Nationals if so I will show you the difference as I will be there for the pre as well as the whole week of the Nationals.

    Yours in sport,

    "Release Trigger"

    aka. Gary Kennerson.

    PS. Vern is a number One guy to deal with, they do not come any better.
     
  6. Hooligan

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    Gary
    I do not want to hijack the thread so will start another. Barry
     
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