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Shooting flying birds is much easier to do with coventional stocks as they are better designed to perform that way. Pistol grip stocks are moreso designed for guns with sights or scope on a fixed target as is your military weapons.

 

One thing for sure is where I'm from, I would get weird looks showing-up on a duck hunt with a pistol grip stock:rolleyes:

 

And I suspect you to experience the same:o

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What does that have to do with a steady grip for Duck Hunting? The OP was refferring to a steady grip butt stock, not gloves.:o

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Yeah I wouldn't recommend it, because I find myself sometimes in wierd positions when im pulling up on ducks.

 

I will say though that my buddy and I went through a box of clays with his Benelli M3 (with the folding stock and a pistol grip) and it was a freakin blast! He has the M16 style open sights on it, which made it a little tough finding the target in the air, but after I shot, the target looked as if I shot it with my Franchi I-12...Nothin But Smoke :D

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I guess I should have quoted it because it was a different one than that one. :)

 

It read like a badly dubbed Kung Fu film with him talking of how "goodly he like" to hunt with a pistol grip stock. Then a link to whatever they were selling at the bottom.

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You mean the guy about the gloves?:D

 

Yah, his post was removed after I quoted it.:)

 

Yes... Read this guy's post and your reply... and he did remove his post when you quoted it and and provided a very good reply.

 

--Spike

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I find myself sometimes in wierd positions when im pulling up on ducks.....:)

That should not be the case if you are inside a blind or in a stationary position (i.e., you are not “jump shooting”). If you do find yourself straining to achieve proper sighting/alignment, try determining swing planes in advance.

 

Actually, “I find myself sometimes in wierd positions when im pulling up on ducks.....”, can be very dangerous when inside a blind with its tight confinements. You do not want to be doing any weird positions in this circumstance.

 

--Spike

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Moderators,

 

Is there a way to quickly eliminate sandy1110 participating here? She is posting junk.

 

--Spike

 

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EDIT: Wow! That was fast. My thanks to the Mods.

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Pistol grip stocks are moreso designed for guns with sights or scope on a fixed target as is your military weapons.

 

 

Did you just copy pasted my post?:rolleyes: I wrote exact word for word on page 1 of this thread.:rolleyes:

 

Is there an echo in here?

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I'd say forget about looks, and worry about comfort. If you're used to it and are successful, do it. Everybody's awkward looks will diminish when they tally the ducks.

 

I have a MAX-4 pistol grip for sale that fits a SBE2/M2/SuperNova, check it out on the turkey hunting forum and let me know if you're interested.

 

Good Luck

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