For your purposes, yes. Folks can debate he recoil absorption of the Stocklock over the PFS. But, if you're primarily trying to figure out what fits you best, the PFS has *tons* more adjustability than the Stocklock, and you can get a good used one for for about $850-1000, all day long, and you can put it on yourself. Meanwhile, Stocklocks don't show up used as often; start at $1500 new; and since it's wood-to-metal fit, might have to be fitted by a gunsmith.Do you think the PFS is better then the stock lock system right now those are the two I am looking at.
I am now shooting a browning unsingle with a adjustable comb. Do you think a adjustable butt plate would be a good thing to put on?What type of shotgun are you shooting? From your screen name it appears to be a bt 99.....? Do you have a adjustable butt plate ? They help get your gun to your face rather than bowing your neck to the comb to get the proper look over the muzzle. Depending on your physical build you might at some point depending on budget look towards a more adjustable trap shotgun with a taller rib...adjustable comb and butt plate.
I feel a adjustable butt plate is a great option to put on the stock of your browning. Ultimately to be able to bring the stock to your face rather than bring your face down to the stock in a exaggerate nod will help achieve what you would like to do gun fit wise. It might not get you totally there but have the adjustable butt plate will help a lot esp. if it is combined on a gracoil or a RAD recoil device.I am now shooting a browning unsingle with a adjustable comb. Do you think a adjustable butt plate would be a good thing to put on?