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Precision Fit Stock

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by sglfr45, Mar 12, 2007.

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  1. sglfr45

    sglfr45 TS Member

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    Have been considering purchasing a PFS. What are the pros and cons to them? Thanks, Matt
     
  2. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    matt do a search for pfs. this has been discussed before. they are great, soft recoil and fully adjustable--if you have a gun that it fits. motordoc
     
  3. smartass

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    Pro: easy to adjust and excellent recoil reduction.

    Con: so ugly only a mother could love em. Stock moves on face- no problem for most, but some never adjust. A bit on the heavy side.
     
  4. Hauxfan

    Hauxfan Well-Known Member

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    Anonymous, Apparently you have never shot one.

    The stock does not move on the face at all.

    The rest of the gun may move, but the comb does not.

    Hauxfan!
     
  5. smartass

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    Yes, Huaxfan, I misstated that as you said. You are wrong that I've never shot a PF. In fact, I've owned and shot one for 5+ years and love it. The only way I'll ever give it up is it's "pried from my cold, dead hands".
     
  6. Jim Pollock

    Jim Pollock TS Member

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    My wife shoots left and, since I treated myself to a new Kolar, she had tried holding my 682 Beretta a few times but because the factory stock is cast for a right handed shooter and the length of pull was too long she couldn't even hold it properly. Last year at the Grand one of the vendors agreed to put a PFS stock on for her to try. He set it up to fit her and she tried a few rounds and liked it. After we bought it, the next event was Handicap and she went out and beat my a$$ with it.

    It has surprised both of us how much she enjoys shooting the gun and how well she has been doing with it. Best investment I have made in a long time!
     
  7. Hauxfan

    Hauxfan Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, Anonymous, I was wrong on that part. Mea Culpa.........

    I thought the beauty of a PFS was that it did not move on your cheek. That is what I like about them.

    Hauxfan!
     
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