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Old December 18, 2014, 02:50 PM   #1
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Stock adapter for Pardner break open?

So I have an NEF Pardner 10 gauge single shot breakopen. I would like to be able to fit a Raptor grip on it (see link below) and not sure the best way to go about it. Is there an adapter one can buy perchance?

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http://savethegun.wordpress.com/2011...0-raptor-grip/

Note: The link above is so you can see the grip, I am not turning it into the gun shown in the link (which has a 14" barrel). My 10 gauge is down to 18.5" barrel and with the raptor grip I will still have an OAL of 26.5"+.

My other though would be to buy an extra stock and have someone good at woodworking turn it into a pistol grip similar to the raptor.
And before you ask why configure a 10 gauge into a pistol grip shotgun the answer is because this is America and I want to. And I don't mind heavy recoil.

Thanks in advance for any ideas.
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Old December 18, 2014, 03:27 PM   #2
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My other though would be to buy an extra stock and have someone good at woodworking turn it into a pistol grip similar to the raptor.
That might be your best bet.

Have you tried shooting it off the shoulder as if it had that type of birdshead grip? I would have to imagine that the recoil would be fairly "stiff"
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Old December 18, 2014, 04:16 PM   #3
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The problem with working from a stock is the angle isn't quite the same. And it needs to stick out like the raptor to keep the OAL over 26". That's why I think finding a way to attach the raptor will be best.

I'll be shooting it this weekend for the first time since I had the barrel taken down to 18.5" (previously 24") so I'll try it in that 'position' while I'm at it. I'm not too worried about it. I've fired both barrels out of my coachgun one handed before. Plus I'm still going to keep the original stock for it so I can swap back and forth.
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Old December 19, 2014, 09:43 AM   #4
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I have a Raptor grip on my short barrel Mossberg but I don't think they make one for the single shots. Best bet is to cut down a conventional stock which is what my son did for his short barrel Mossberg because he wanted a wood Raptor type grip for his.

You might also look on ebay for wood pistol grips or maybe do a google search to see what is available. If you search for images you might turn up something.
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Old December 19, 2014, 12:48 PM   #5
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Thanks Mac.
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If you find or make one post a photo of it. My son cut his stock down with a band saw and then used a rasp and belt sander to shape it. Unfortunately he lives in another state and I don't have a photo of it.

BTW, I see stocks on ebay for $20-30 quite often.
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Old Yesterday, 11:56 AM   #7
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The gangsters of old often carried long guns that were modified to be hidden under an overcoat.
But rather than use a pistol only grip, they usually cut the stock down short.
They might be scrunched over the stock, but they still had the advantages of a long gun.
Just a thought.
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