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RAD vs PFS ?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by flinter58, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. flinter58

    flinter58 TS Member

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    I have a RADII and am very pleased with recoil control. Only complaint is that it makes the gun very butt heavy. Considering a PFS system because of weight. Does anyone have any cexperience with both? How is the PFS for recoil adjustment? etc etc - feed back please
     
  2. phirel

    phirel TS Member

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    I much prefer the PFS system. It is not only adjustable for recoil, it is adjustable for just about every other stock characteristic.

    Pat Ireland
     
  3. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    Ditto what Pat said.
     
  4. Ken X

    Ken X TS Member

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    I feel the same as you. A buddy has a RAD and his gun is very butt heavy. The PFS on my Perazzi is a dream! I have a Soft Touch on one gun and a Gra-Coil on another, but they don't come close to a PFS for recoil reduction, and all the adjustability is another great plus.
     
  5. bkms

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    Can yall tell me the website to check on a PFS? Thanks, bob......
     
  6. sglfr45

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    PFS all the way! Matt
     
  7. ffwildcat

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    PFS is the best, we put one on my sons perazzi and he loves it.
     
  8. Satch

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    Is the PFS adjustable for cast (not just at the comb)? And is the buttplate adjustable for pitch?
     
  9. washandwear

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    Yes adjust cast by moving the side plate that the comb is attached to in or out. No adjustment for pitch but spacers available to put under recoil pad.
     
  10. dshot

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    Pat made an excellent statement, I have two PFS and both are heavy, but are excellent recoil reducers.
     
  11. Augie Daddi

    Augie Daddi TS Member

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    I have 2 PFS's and they're great. They come with a weight that you can add to the stock if needed. I found that my PFS without the weight, weighed the same as my factory Perazzi stock. I don't use the weight. Especially great for a youngster. You'll be able to make stock adjustments as the youth grows. I bought mine for the stock adjustment capability. Recoil wasn't an issue on the factory stocks. The PFS recoil system was just a plus for me.

    Augie
     
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