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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Baber, Apr 21, 2008.

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  1. Baber

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    Drew:

    I have a good friend that is a left handed bunker shooter and has a number of Left Handed Perazzi Stocks. Drop me a note with your email address and I will see if he has something that could help. It would also be nice if this junior was interested in Olympic Trap.

    TB
     
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    Just heard from my left handed feriend. He does not have a stock that will fit an MX10. Sorry we could not help.

    Maybe Mor Bragg at Shoter Emporum can do a soft top for him.

    TB
     
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    Sound like his parents should stay out of the stock fitting business. --

    Contact Stocker John he can assist. I do not have his address, but I am sure some that post here do. He is excellent and fitting stocks. (Just build a new stock for a friend of mine. Beautiful workmanship and it fits him properly. - Jim
     
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    Sorry to have omitted, but he is in Northwest, either Oregon or Washington. Great guy to boot. - Jim
     
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    Stocker Jon's website is: http://www.customgunstocks.net/page0007.html
    His name is John Fittinger & can be reached at: (503) 668 1938 or (971) 570 6597.
     
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    I have a stock off a mx-15 that I chopped down for a lil' shooter and juryrigged a RAD II onto it. it's a bit rough, but might work for you. I shot it left handed.

    let me know...

    Jim Chapman (the lesser)
    Michigan
     
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    Try switching to a Remington 1100 and all of the those problems will vanish forever.
     
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    email sent, I have a DB81 stock that i'll sell CHEAP! if interested
     
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    870aa. They may get rid of a stock problem but with a 1100 there will be more problems to be had. A young shooter doesn't need a gun that requires a lot of maintenance and is subject to breaking down. Post-2 I went through 3 of them.
     
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    Drew,

    I have a left hand cast MX8 stock with a shortened length of pull and a 1/2" space to adjust from probably 13.5- 14.25 or there about, with a soft toch adjustable comb. It's sitting in the desk at the house. If it can be of any use to him let me know and he can borrow it. It's not fancy but will get the job done.

    I think a MX8 and 10 are compatible. The other's will chime in.

    Drop me an emial with a phone # if it'll will help you out.

    Who did he purchase the gun through?

    Garry Barney
     
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    For a growing young man with a future in trapshooting, a PFS would be a great investment.

    Pat Ireland
     
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    I second Pat's advice on a PFS-he is growing and changing and the
    PfS can be adjusted to fit him as he grows-plus you will know
    his excat measurements.
    Joe
     
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    What i suspect is the comb is coming back and hitting him in the cheek. Check the comb. It is probably high in the front or pulled in towards his face. The comb should be parallel to the rib, but if you place the front of the comb down and away from the face, just a bit, it will not come back and cut him. The other possibility would be the pitch of the pad. I would not look for a new stock. It is adjustable, just find someone who knows how.

    Gene
     
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    MX-15 required about 1/4 to 3/8 spacer in the cheekpiece using db-81 o/u and topsingle barrels.

    J.R. Chapman
    Hell, Michigan
     
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    Hi Drew I thought his gun was an MX8. I was at the shoot and talked to him and also at Evergreen a few weeks back he has a adj. pad slid way down,didn't look good to me but Iam not good enough to give advise. Wayne
     
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    thanks for all the help Drew and everyone else, but my family and I are taking my mx8 to perazzi USA on Monday to get refitting by lucio. However, thanks again for all the responses

    -cole
     
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    Cole,

    That is truelly the best thing that could happen. It'll be like Christmas all over again in April. Enjoy your fitting.

    Garry
     
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