I've shot Ljutics with roll-over combs,and without, and a KX6S, no problem with any of them.What is it your doing different. I shoot a Ljutic that has a roll over comb and Its very comfortable to shoot . Does your gun have adjustments for the comb? Is your eye in alignment with the rib? Check and see.
Soft combs are an option but I would go with a wooden comb unless I was dealing with cheek pain.Not really sure what I am going to do. I am looking at a PFS, also have talked to Tron about a soft comb. I have a 725 pro trap but don’t want to give up on 6s.
I have edited my post.So your saying u would move to a soft comb
Yes, I will try to do that tomorrow, along with the original rollover as it came from Krieghoff for comparison.I have edited my post.
I don't see a reason to go with the soft comb based on your original post.
The folks I know who use a soft comb, typically it is due to cheek pain.
Jon Reitz any chance you could post a picture of your stock?
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I had my KX-6 Special for less than a month before I bought a Stock Lock from Pat McCarthy. I could not get used to the roll-over comb. The less, more, and different pressure I needed to apply to my stock just messed with my head (and eye alignment). FYI, my shoulder really appreciates the recoil reduction of the Stock Lock.Not really sure what I am going to do. I am looking at a PFS, also have talked to Tron about a soft comb. I have a 725 pro trap but don’t want to give up on 6s.
Attached are a couple pictures of the rollover comb on the left (in the first picture) as compared to the traditional style comb Keith Heeg built on the right. You can see how much the one on the left (first picture) “rolls over” versus the profile of the one Keith made on the right. I believe the first picture illustrates it best. Note that the one I had built (again on the right in the first picture) is padded. Keith suggested that to avoid drying time if he would have had to finish it, match the walnut wood grain structure, etc. I dropped the gun off in the morning and was able to pick it up later the same day. That’s the kind of guy he was. A bit of pattern board work and it was ready to go.Jon Reitz any chance you could post a picture of your stock?
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