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Folding Stock Question

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by the iron horse, Oct 15, 2010.

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  1. the iron horse

    the iron horse Member

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    I have a 12 ga. pistol grip Mosseberg.

    Any suggestions for a good folding stock?


    Thanks
     
  2. mnrivrat

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    To be honest I am not sure I can be of much help but thought I might comment anyway.

    I had a S&W 3000 police gun that had a side folding stock perhaps made by Butler Creek. Certainly very simular to their folders at any rate. I found this style to be difficult to shoot and hard on the cheek under recoil of the 12 ga. magnum ammo.

    I can't think of a good folding stock but haven't tried the top folders yet. I just put a callapsable stock on a 20 ga of mine, but have not had a chance to shoot it yet.
     
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    Butler Creek folders are acceptable, Ace folding stocks are pretty good, although I'm not sure if they're made anymore.
     
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  6. Fuego

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    I second the Choate recommendation. It is an over-folder, but it locks solid. The pistol grip also allows you to use it from the hip.

    I bought a used Wingmaster from a bush pilot in Alaska that kept it strapped behind the seat. It had that folding stock. It looked pretty cool, but after a couple of boxes of shells, I put a good walnut stock on it. A fixed wood stock is much more pleasant to shoot!!
     
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    I like the Knoxx/Blackhawk Cop Stock, which is now called something else.
     
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