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Big Jack, Thats my way of thinking as well. Thats the only reason I'm looking into using a wood one. I would prefer the composite forearm, would be more durable. And I would rather keep things matching if possible though. Wonder if anyone has approached him about having a mold made to go with his buttstocks?
 
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Pat McCarthy used to make wooden grips and cheek pieces for a PFS. He may still be making them on a order basis. He also has a new design called a Stock Lock. This is something fairly new and I don't know much about it. Google "Dawson Enterprises" to get his contact info. Or maybe someone will post it.

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Stock Lock - about $4000.

PFS -under $1500.

How much better can it be? I will never know. I am having a hard time talking myself into getting the PFS; but at least it can be moved to another gun.

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Don, I understand what your saying. But I sat down and started thinking about it. Maybe this will make you feel better. If you start with a new m/c stock and have a adjustable comb and gracoil with adjustable lop right there is about $550-$600, so I'm trying to look at it as only $700 extra for the PFS, it easier to swallow for me than the $1300.
 

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I have a used one that you could buy for 700. comes with a grip.....either perazzi (TM) or K-80. You could then try it and if it doesn't work sell it and make a few bucks.

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zinger- Thanks for the photo of you and your gun. I did not know who you were until I saw the photo.

A tip to others- if zinger posts some shooting tips, pay close attention to them.

Pat Ireland
 
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