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matt do a search for pfs. this has been discussed before. they are great, soft recoil and fully adjustable--if you have a gun that it fits. motordoc
 

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Pro: easy to adjust and excellent recoil reduction.

Con: so ugly only a mother could love em. Stock moves on face- no problem for most, but some never adjust. A bit on the heavy side.
 

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Anonymous, Apparently you have never shot one.

The stock does not move on the face at all.

The rest of the gun may move, but the comb does not.

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Yes, Huaxfan, I misstated that as you said. You are wrong that I've never shot a PF. In fact, I've owned and shot one for 5+ years and love it. The only way I'll ever give it up is it's "pried from my cold, dead hands".
 

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My wife shoots left and, since I treated myself to a new Kolar, she had tried holding my 682 Beretta a few times but because the factory stock is cast for a right handed shooter and the length of pull was too long she couldn't even hold it properly. Last year at the Grand one of the vendors agreed to put a PFS stock on for her to try. He set it up to fit her and she tried a few rounds and liked it. After we bought it, the next event was Handicap and she went out and beat my a$$ with it.

It has surprised both of us how much she enjoys shooting the gun and how well she has been doing with it. Best investment I have made in a long time!
 

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Sorry, Anonymous, I was wrong on that part. Mea Culpa.........

I thought the beauty of a PFS was that it did not move on your cheek. That is what I like about them.

Hauxfan!
 
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