I lost 150 lbs. Everything changed. I had to add length to my Ljutic stock and length plus a toed inn pad on my Browning ST-100. I did it myself through trial and error. No stock fitters in W. Canada that I know of.
Congratulations. What an amazing weight loss! I could see how that would change everything.
Last time I had a fitting I was told to take a half inch off the stock but another family member used the same shotgun and was fine with it. So I waited.
Now, I've lost some padding and would like to get back into shooting, but didn't know if I should have another fitting and actually have the work done,
or have an adjustable put on.
When I was measured I thought it was only arm length and not width that effected the fit, but the less 'padding' would effect the length, right? Or a heavily padded coat would change the fit as well, I heard guys complain.
I like the way the gun looks all wood stock and really wanted to keep it
Feels ok but maybe I should get a professional opinion.
Still have a few pounds to go counting calories.
I lost 80Lbs & my Jeff Mainland custom fitted Kolar stock didn't. A visit to Keeth Heeg set it to rights, and my scores went right back up where they belonged. Just as an aside, you need to pay attention to your shooting clothing as a change in thickness in the shoulder area will affect LOP.
I lost nearly 250lbs and before my operation my weight was always a yoyo..maximum adjustability has always been a must...length of pull changed way more than you think too as you go in and out of chunky body syndrome or TMC (too many cheeseburgers)