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NavyRuss
January 28, 2001, 12:24 AM
Does anyone know of a reasonably priced adjustable stock that can replace a factory 11-87 stock? I performed an internet search, but the only ones I found were over $750!

Russ

K80Geoff
January 28, 2001, 10:24 AM
Do you want an adjustable buttplate, or an adjustable cheekpiece, or both?

What game are you shooting, Trap, Skeet or Sporting?

Can you install it yourself?

If you can;
Do you have a Brownells Catalog?
www.brownells.com
they will send you a catalog if you request it, everyone should have one, lots of different styles in there.

If you want it done professionally, check with the local Trap & skeet Club, they usually have contacts with gunsmiths who do the work, also magazines like Shotgun Sports and Sporting Clays often have advertisements from companies that do the work.

My own opinion is that they are more trouble then they are worth, they can work loose and change adjustments over time. Also shooters often constantly adjust them to compensate for poor technique, and never really do it right

My $.02 as usual

Geoff Ross

mikey357
January 28, 2001, 12:08 PM
Jack West in the Pacific NW sells a synthetic, adjustable-comb stock for the Remington auto and pump shotguns...don't know if he's got a web site, but he advertises in all the "shotgun" rags...FWIW....mikey357

NavyRuss
January 29, 2001, 08:15 PM
I couldn't find it by internet searches, but when I called Jack West he gave me his website URL. It is:

http://www.jwstocks.com/

Lance Gothic
January 30, 2001, 01:32 AM
NavyRuss,
Here's one site for you.
http://www.gunhoo.com/gunhoo/p.stocks.htm
Another method is to contact the manufacturer.
Regards,
Lance Gothic
Shibumi