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    Default What is a 11 deg stock ?

    I can not find a answer !
    What is a 11 deg stock - in this case laminated stock.
    11 deg as apposed too ?
    what does the achieve.
    Just some info, what ever you got ................
    Thank you

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    Default Re: What is a 11 deg stock ?

    Maybe GRS-type stock where the grip is tilted by 11 degrees?

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    Default Re: What is a 11 deg stock ?

    It is a bent stock. Instead of being straight, the butt angles outwards behind the action. It means your head does not tilt sideways and the optics are alined easily. Real smooth shooters. I once fondled a custom 303 with such a stock. Similar to driving a Bentley.

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    Default Re: What is a 11 deg stock ?

    Ahhhhh ! like a shot gun - can not find anything on the net. Thinking of it now - wow that must be a great thing to have, wonder why it is not more common ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by treeman View Post
    Ahhhhh ! like a shot gun - can not find anything on the net. Thinking of it now - wow that must be a great thing to have, wonder why it is not more common ?
    Because not cheap. I sure hope I'm not misdirecting.

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    Default Re: What is a 11 deg stock ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ds J View Post
    Because not cheap. I sure hope I'm not misdirecting.
    Can not see it costing more or at least much more to make.
    I am more inclined to believe it got to do with angle of the comb and stock in relation to forend. The drop you could say ?

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