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HeadHunter
January 16, 2001, 11:53 AM
What experiences have you had with the various folding stocks; Choate, Butler Creek, etc., available for shotguns?

Kingcreek
January 16, 2001, 01:09 PM
they make it easier to stow your SG in a dresser drawer or boat locker, they suck if you have to shoot it.
Give me a 1-piece stock for shooting anyday.

jthuang
January 16, 2001, 04:01 PM
I have a Butler Creek folding stock on my pre-ban Mini-14. Okay, it's not a shotgun, but the idea is the same -- it's hard as h*** to get a good cheek weld on those folding stocks!

IMHO, the only decent "folding" stock that allows a nice cheek weld is the telescoping style stock found on the pre-ban AR15 variants and the new Benelli M4.

HTH,

Justin

ModIMark0
January 16, 2001, 04:58 PM
You may want to also consider the Sage Technologies collapsing stock for the Remington 870 (only model it is made for). it has a pair of struts that collapse along the sides of the receiver in three positions for closed, fully extended, and 2/3 extended (when wearing body armor or heavy clothing). While I have not had the chance to try it (have to get an 870 first), it looks sturdy and has a nice thick buttpad. It too would gice the user problems with getting a good cheek weld, but I thought it would be better than the Remington factory folder. The only problem is I do not know if Sage is still in business, and the last catalog that I received from the place I ordered my stock from (Brownells) does not have them in the catalog. Perhaps they might still stock them, but not list them.