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Stock on Hancocks DT 10 in Olympics ????

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by shotist, Jul 31, 2012.

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  1. shotist

    shotist Member

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    Does anyone know what stock Hancock has on his Beretta DT10 that he used to win gold in The Olympics today?? It looked like a PFS!????

    Thanks
    michael
  2. Dmcdanielctg

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    Nill Griffe.

    They just put up a new picture on their web site of Vincent,congratulating him on his win.
  3. 5 Stand Dan

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    It's a Ergosign EvoComp, about $3,500
  4. WoodsonEnt

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    Another sign showing that you shouldn't take recoil if you don't have to. This stock is also on Peter Wilson's Perazzi. He is shooting for Great Britain in Men's Double Trap. These guys shoot 1300 feet-per-second 24 gram loads; roughly a 7/8 ounce load.
  5. Aulovel5

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    I didn't think they had a recoil device on the ergo stock yet?
  6. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    There is no recoil reduction in the Ergosign stock. Supposed to be available shortly (at an increased price of course).

    The sole advantage that they have over a pfs is that they look SLIGHTLY better, but at 3x the price. Other than that, PFS are much more adjustable, and have built in recoil reduction.
  7. Aulovel5

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    I like the glove grip on it but I'll get a custom stock before I get
    That
  8. Don Rackley

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    If you want a better fit, prettier wood and recoil reduction, get a ProSoft from Phil Simms.
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    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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  10. tomlieb

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    what we need is someone who can make these great custom grips like the nill-grips to fit a PFS stock.
  11. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    I like the "pitch" adjustment.
  12. Rich219

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    Nobody makes aftermarket grips for PFS stocks?
  13. dead on 4

    dead on 4 Well-Known Member

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    Stocker John makes grips for PFS

    Surfer
  14. shot410ga

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    Just get ready to pay an arm and leg for a wood grip for a PFS. They aren't cheap.
  15. Easystreet

    Easystreet Active Member

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    Did anyone see the front and rear rifle-like sights on that first guy shooting trap?
  16. Rich219

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    I called Stocker John and couldn't get an answer. Any idea what a custom wood grip would cost?
  17. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Larry Garroutte @ Cor-Kel Arms is making wood grips for the PFS. You'll need to contact him for pricing.

    580-431-2020
  18. Bueno

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    I love those pistol grips in the shotgun stock, and I was wondering about them when I saw Hancock shoot, but the big question is, and I couldn't find the answer on the web site, does the stock have a recoil absorber air piston, hydraulic or spring?
  19. skeet_man

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    Bueno- No.
  20. Bueno

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    Hey thanks buddy.
    The system looks good but too much money for what you are getting. I will copy the grip design and mold with epoxy, shape, dye, in my Blaser equipped with G- Square and factory stock. I don't care if I "ruin" the stock, if I can shoot better with it, and so far I was struggling with the thin grips that come on the factory Blasers.
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