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Precision Fit stocks

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by srp41, May 23, 2011.

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  1. srp41

    srp41 Member

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    Are these stocks worth it ,thinking of installing one on my BT 99 grade 3,34"
     
  2. BIGDON

    BIGDON Well-Known Member

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    Yes!

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  3. Frank C

    Frank C Well-Known Member

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    IMO An adjustable comb, butt and recoil system will do all that the PFS can, using your stock is cheaper and better looking too! I have been using a "borrowed" PFS for 2 months, but will receive my stock with a bump-buster installed this Thursday, cannot wait to take the "pogo-stick" off and give it back to RAScott.....thanks Bob for the "rental". I shot it well, but it is just not comfortable.....and it is NOT wood....YRMV..-Frank C
     
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    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    I hate the way they look but that said a friend has one on his Kolar. I can see why people love them. It has to be the most adjustable stock system on the market. It also has a recoil sytem to boot. The best gun is a gun that fits. You should be able to make any gun with a PFS fit you.
     
  5. v-strom 650

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    I've heard from many about how well they work. I would love to try one for my DT10 so I could get a better fit but they dont make one for that gun. J.Terre
     
  6. zinger

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    I have to disagree with Frank's statement above. The total adjustability of the PFS verses all the parts you would have to install on your wood stock don't even compare! The comb can adjust up/down/forward/back/in/out and rollover. The length of pull can be adjusted from 13-16" and the recoil can be adjusted from soft to firmer. Srp41, try to find someone who will let you shoot one, then make a decision.
     
  7. epmn

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    I have a PFS on a BT99 and a Citori Plus Combo. They were worth it to me. I really like Brownings but I really don't like the Browning stocks. The adjustability of a PFS is hard to beat and of more value to me than the recoil reduction. I don't know that I would ever buy a PFS new. I bought both of mine used for what I felt were good prices.
     
  8. chiefjon

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    v-strom,

    It is a problem with the DT 10. My suggestion is, try some other guns with the PFS...depending on what your "recoil" problem is, the PFS is probably the cure. I just had to bite the bullet and have a wood grip made for my DT 10 and I so happy I had a second made for my other DT 10. Stocker John Fittinger now has a DT 10 model and can make you one.

    JON
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  9. inkduster

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    PFS , The best thing is they can be made to fit most shooters..I have a Like New BT 99 grip, I picked up on a purchase of a used PFS, would trade for LIke New MX perazzi or sell if you go with the set-up?
     
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