I bought mine also from Pat, I am 6'1'' 270 mine fit pretty good, I would say if your comb doesnt go low enough to maybe put on an adjustable butt plate so you can lower your butt pad. I thought the rib was a little wide, I didnt like the front bead, so instead of trying to change it, I used one of those UV Bondic pens and made the bead a little larger to match the size of the front bead on my 2 Brownings. The butt plate option might be a little cheaper than fabricating a new rib. Also I had Pat install mid beads on both of my barrels.I recently purchased a combo from Patrick on this site - He was very easy to deal with and provided very prompt delivery. Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to shoot it yet (cold in MN).
The only feedback I can give is on initial fit of the gun. For me (normal sized - 5'10 - 180) the gun doesn't fit well at all (eye way over the factory rib). Stock's drop at comb is too low (or the stock is too wide) with the comb set at it's lowest position and the rib at the highest pattern setting. Anyone else have fit issues and how did you rectify? Instead of messing with the wood, I am fabricating a higher replacement rib for the gun to allow shooting flatter and have a better sight picture with the current stock setup. Not sure how this is going to affect things, but I can always put the original rib back on and mess with the stock if I need to.
One other feedback item would be rib width of 12mm is a little wide and the stock light tube is too small and not very good quality (same as on their cheap semi's) and no mid bead. I do think this gun hits a sweet spot in the market as a good entry level gun with good features. Fit and finish is good and the wood is very nice for this level of gun. I will be interested in seeing how these hold up to higher round counts. We still have a couple months until we get out and start shooting again.