I've been a gun owner for a couple decades now, but rarely shoot my long guns. It's mostly pistols at the range. The reason is because I can never get the few ones I own to fit or feel comfortable. I'm 6' 4" with long arms and a long neck (and cross-eye dominant to boot). I suspect I am not doing something right, but I also think a factor is my height and long appendages. At the risk of being ridiculed, I'm hoping some of you experts take the "high road" and help a fellow member out. Here is popular gun fit link: http://home.insightbb.com/~bspen/fit.html The two rifles I'll use for examples: PWS AR-15 with Holosun + 3/4" mount. Straight stock extended out. B-drop at comb: 1 5/8" C-drop at heel: same D-trigger pull: 14" Vz.58 Military stock, iron sights B-drop at comb: ~ 1 3/4" C-drop at heel: 2 3/4" D-trigger pull: 12 1/2" And my Wicked Ridge Crossbow, to the scope B-drop at comb: 1 3/4" C-drop at heel: 3 3/4" D-trigger pull: 12 3/4" Here is a video on the issue: What am I doing wrong? What can I do to make it better? Or what could I buy for each gun? I didn't even show the military surplus rifles and bolt actions I own, but similar problems. Assuming a fixed stock & sight, like a Mosin-Nagant or Swiss K31, what could I do? -Robert PS. All guns were cleared before the video!