Collabsible Stock VS. Top Folding Stock for .30-06


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tazmajazz
March 12, 2008, 05:54 PM
hello! I'm trying to decide on whether to get a collabsible stock or a top-folding stock for a remington 760 .30-06. The Rifle will only be used at the range, no hunting.

I've never owned a rifle with either type of stocks and am curious what yall think the advantages and disadvantages are before I purchase anything.

any info would be helpful, thanks!

taz

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MK11
March 12, 2008, 06:25 PM
I don't think there would any advantage for pure range use, especially with a boomer like the .30-06. Many folders and collapsible stocks aren't that comfortable to shoot and if you don't need to reduce the weapon size, why bother?

tazmajazz
March 12, 2008, 06:51 PM
well mainly I just to reduce the size to make it easier to transport and I like the look of them as well. I'm worried that one or the other may not be too sturdy when extended...

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