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Stock Length of Pull Adjustment Needed!

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by lowes48, Mar 4, 2011.

  1. lowes48

    lowes48

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    I recently changed the stock on my Remington 870 Express Magnum to a youth stock that has a short length-of-pull (12”) that I bought last week. My reasoning for the change was that even though I’m 6’4” and have long arms, I didn’t like how the gun shouldered with the original stock, and I felt a shorter LOP would be better for a home defense application. Well, it does come up quicker now, but it feels a bit too cramped! That being the case, I would like to add about 1” to the stock which would make it perfect for me. I see that Remington offers an adjustable LOP system (spacers), but I don’t think they would work on the short stock. I believe they are made to work with a standard stock and would be too large for the short stock’s rear profile unless they were trimmed down, which I don’t want to mess with. Does anyone know of a spacer/recoil pad that lengthens a youth stock? Or does anyone make a thin replacement for the thick recoil pad on the synthetic stock which would shorten the LOP? Either way I think I would end up with something that suits me. If I have to change back to the original I’ll at least have a short stock for my son when he gets old enough to shoot!<o:p></o:p>
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    Thanks in advance for your time and effort with my questions!
     

  2. barstoolguru

    barstoolguru texas proud

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    packmyer makes a slip on or screw on gun butt recoil pad that will add an inch without dammaging the stock