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whats your 686

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Steve W, Mar 3, 2010.

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  1. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    Standard Beretta stock LOP is between 14-3/8" to 14-5/8"

    Using a thicker pad will add 1/4" to 1/2".

    This will be a perfect candidate for recoil device or adj. pads.
     
  2. craby boy

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    I had my 686 sporter shortened and installed a kickezz pad,mine is now 14 3/8.

    Your gun no doubt was shortened and the original Berretta pads in 2 widths wont fit anymore,I do have one that came with my gun 5 5/16 long 1 3/4 wide
    13/16 thick.

    Pete
     
  3. g36

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    I bought a 687 that the stock had been cut down so I ordered some spacers from prescision reloading and fixed the problem. You will have to do some cutting and sanding to get them to fit.....
    Ted....
     
  4. esoxhunter

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    tigman: You state "From the trigger to the back of the stock is 13 1/4". That is the same measurement that I have on my 682 trap gun. With 13 1/4" from the trigger to the back of the stock you would then place a 1.2" recoil pad on it and you come up with a total LOP of almost 14 1/2". Or did you mean the length of pull is 13 1/4" from the trigger to the back of the recoil pad? Ed
     
  5. tp

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    My 687 came from the factory with a 1" pad and total LOP of 14 1/4".
     
  6. darr

    darr Well-Known Member

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    I like 143/8" lop and I have to cut quite a bit off most of my stocks to put a 4-way adjuster and a 1" pad
     
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    tigman: If it's 13 1/8" from the trigger to the end of the wood; I would bet the stock has not been cut. Anyway, If you get a Kickeez spacer, (1/2") and fit it in between your stock and the recoil pad, I'm sure you will get that nose back of your thumb. I just installed one on my 682. I tried the 1/4" spacer and still was not comfortable with it. The 1/2" one fits me just right. Ed
     
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