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Stock Lock ???????

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by trapshooterjoe7, Mar 22, 2011.

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  1. trapshooterjoe7

    trapshooterjoe7 Member

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    For you guys that shoot a stock lock, how do you like it for doubles, and over all??

    Thanks Joe
     
  2. monroesc

    monroesc Member

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    I love mine for doubles. It really takes the recoil out so you stay in the gun better for that second shot. It is very smooth.
     
  3. dezcon

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    There is only ONE major problem with shooting a StockLock. You will NEVER shoot a regular stock again for competition. Best money I have ever spent.
     
  4. bigben

    bigben Active Member

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    I echo what Dezcon has said, Pat;s Stocklock is the best, I have had through the years about every recoil reducing devise and it is the tops.It is on all my guns, Leo Harrison III shoots one and also is sold, It really makes a major difference when shooting today's handicap loads and when you are in those long shoot-offs.My back really starts to hurt without it, it;s a great recoil reducing system as you can pull the stock snug against your shoulder as always but on firing there is a tremendous amount of reduced recoil Staying into the gun is of paramount importance, top scores will never be shot without this fundamental! Drew waller another All-American shot my Seitz gun last Sunday, just hammered the 27 yd. targets and he was using his own stout reloads, big big difference in recoil. When shooting doubles, the gun stays with you, the second shot is much easier to shoot. At our tiny club there are 6 Stocklock owners and 2 more on the way! all the best! Pat has won a recent doubles championship at the Grand with his, and will be inducted into the ATA hall of fame, this year, all the best always incinerate em!
     
  5. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    how is the weight compared to a regular stock?
     
  6. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    I have two. One for my single and one for dubs. They've been very good to me, especially on dubs. Pricey, maybe but you have to realize that not only are they a great recoil reduction device, they are a custom made to your needs. Good luck.
     
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