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To me, it certainly looks like someone is re-purposing adjustable comb hardware.

I suppose by using nylon washers one could adjust LOP and pitch along with cant/cast. However, no vertical adjustment.

Not sure how it would hold up to recoil though
 

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I saw that and assumed someone got creative with a stock that was cut too short. Looks like it was do professionally but it's not something I would want to dabble with.
 

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To me, it certainly looks like someone is re-purposing adjustable comb hardware.

I suppose by using nylon washers one could adjust LOP and pitch along with cant/cast. However, no vertical adjustment.

Not sure how it would hold up to recoil though
Yep, sure looks that way. Pretty stupid way of adjusting lop. My bet is: “I just got this mitre saw from Sears, I have an extra set of comb hardware and I’m really bored. Hey, I’ve got an idea.”
 

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I would guess they thought the vertical adjustment would be by raising or lowering the comb.
It really turned out well and looks like it was for a lefty.
Might just be the new thing all trapshooters just got to have but I for one will pass on it.
 
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