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"Stock Fitting Secrets" Technical Manual

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Rollin Oswald, Aug 6, 2007.

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  1. Rollin Oswald

    Rollin Oswald Well-Known Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Brillion, WI

    “Stock Fitting Secrets” 2007 provides step-by-step instructions for fitting your stock to your individual size and shape. The text and more than 70 graphics explain how each stock dimension affects the shooting form (gun mount, stance and body posture) you are able to use. This is important because a correct shooting form is the foundation of all good shooting. Your stock’s dimensions either allow or prevent you from using the correct form and shooting up to your full potential.

    For that reason, shooting form is thoroughly explained. Following the discussion on form is an equally detailed discussion of each stock dimension and its relationship to form and individual shooter size and shape. We shooters come in so many different sizes that off-the-rack guns, even those with adjustable combs, fail to fit many of us

    The new, book format is a 6” x 9” 178-page paperback. The text and graphics are the same as the 8 ½ x 11-inch spiral-bound book sold by Café Press, with its slightly larger graphics. All books sold in the last 6 months or so contain the improved and expanded drawings and photographs by renowned graphics artist, Jeff Meloy.

    Readers fitting their own guns may require the services of a local gunsmith because most of us are unable to install a new recoil pad, let alone a stock/pad adjuster or an adjustable comb if one is required.

    Click on the Website URL above for more information and access to short excerpts from the book. My email address and phone number are on the website if you have questions about the book or stock fitting.

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