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precision fit stocks

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by 1moreround, Sep 1, 2008.

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  1. 1moreround

    1moreround TS Member

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    Are the pfs stocks really worth the money in getting proper gun fit?? Thank you
     
  2. dws

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    I believe they are. Moreover, the reduction in recoil is really amazing. Also, as long as the grip is available you can move it from one gun to another when you change guns. Dennis
     
  3. j2jake

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    YES!!!!! Jake
     
  4. ffwildcat

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    Yes.

    With one minor caveat - LOP and grip length. If your LOP is beyond 16 inches then the PFS might not be for you. The grip length is fixed so you need to consider this in the equation. My son has huge hands and we had to get a different grip in order to achieve the proper fit but once we did then the rest was a piece of cake.

    Recoil elimination AND highly customizable stock fit - now that's a deal.

    You will find one or two users that are not sold on the PFS but a browse thru the archives will lead you to more testimony of how well they work than how poorly they don't.
     
  5. Little Dog

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    Whether a PFS is worth the money or not for YOU is a question only you can answer. I can say that mine was worth the money for ME.
     
  6. maclellan1911

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    Grip length is a issue for me and the XT it was to long, had to build it up with expoxy putty. Hey Vern, maybe you could add screw on grip radius adapters to your unit. I would buy them.
     
  7. phirel

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    PFS can be expensive. I probably shoot an additional 5,000 registered targets each year because of the comfort of shooting my PFS. I wish I could shoot a marathon this coming Sunday instead of a normal 300 bird shoot.

    Pat Ireland
     
  8. Bob Hawkes

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    Little dog is right on!! Mine was a bargain. LOL. Shoot well, Bob
     
  9. Old Doc

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    New comb kit makes getting enough cast off easy. D Winter
     
  10. 1moreround

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    PBB: I see you don't like the PFS at all lol !! Did you anodize the aluminum rails yourself.That adds a really nice touch to the looks !!
     
  11. 1moreround

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    If I was wanting to purchase a pfs, how do I know if it has the newer style comb kit or not? Thank you...Did I mention I love the look of the anodized rails?? :) Now, that is trick !!!
     
  12. 1moreround

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    What are the adjustment lengths of the pfs
     
  13. zinger

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    The PFS LOP will go from 13" to 16"
     
  14. maclellan1911

    maclellan1911 TS Member

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    contact Vern at above. Im sure he can answer all your questions. has for me.
     
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