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Presion Fit Stock Question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Masterplan, Apr 30, 2012.

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  1. Masterplan

    Masterplan TS Member

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    I just purchased a pfs stock....

    when I started to use my PFS Ive flinched several times... severly.
    Ive tightened the recoil up a bit and it has seemed to help somewhat.
    Though Ive still got this problem.
    Has anyone else had this experience?

    Thanks Tom

    reply by brooksironworks@comcast.net
     
  2. A201

    A201 TS Member

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    You can be positive that the PFS is not the problem. Roger
     
  3. oleolliedawg

    oleolliedawg Banned User Banned TS Supporters

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    Let's see-you never flinched before you started using a PFS. Recoil is not the only reason for aquiring a flinch. Has your grip or the location of your trigger finger changed!!
     
  4. straightshooter1

    straightshooter1 Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    I noticed you said that you tightened up the recoil mechanism a bit.

    In my experience, it is better to set it more stiff rather than on the light side. On the light side, the darned thing collapses and really smacks you (my thumb hits my nose fairly hard).

    I believe Vern and the instructions both say 10-15 turns. Mine are all set a bit stiffer.

    Bob
     
  5. Masterplan

    Masterplan TS Member

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    Well

    Thank you all!

    I have stuck with it and all of you have
    nailed it in every way.
    It is a different grip,
    I am used to feeling a different stock and recoil.

    Also I do find it to be better tightened up a bit.

    shot a 97 past weekend......

    I will give it more time.

    best to all...
     
  6. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    97 ain't bad.
     
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