Hogue Overmolded Shotgun Stocks

Hogue Overmolded Shotgun Stocks

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    Hogue Overmolded Shotgun Stocks

    Anybody have an opinion on these?

    They're the fiberglass with rubber grip surfaces.

    http://www.hogueinc.com/getgrip/merc...atid=18&step=4
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    It seems like a decent stock...

    My only problem with it is that its a little too long for my taste. I like my shotguns to be short and easy to maneuver because I use them for me defense.

    My current defense shotgun has an 18 inch barrel and a fairly small stock.
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    That versus buying 69.95 of ammo... I will take the ammo. Duck hunting gets expensive when you miss as much as I do.
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    Anybody have an opinion on these?

    I love mine, they provide a very secure purchase under nasty conditions.

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    My only problem with it is that its a little too long for my taste.
    The forearm is actually shorter and you can get the buttstocks in a couple of lengths.
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    Getting a foregrip that allows you to hold on in the rain or if your hand is covered in blood is a good idea, thinking of replacing my foregrip also, waiting for a spec ops stock though.

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    I use the stock only since I run a Surefire up front. It is very secure and has a comfortable firing grip. I tried the short LOP and found it to be too short for me (I'm 6'2" 215lbs) so I went to the full lenght model. It is probably the best conventional shotgun stock that I have run so far on my 870.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broknindarkagain View Post
    It seems like a decent stock...

    My only problem with it is that its a little too long for my taste. I like my shotguns to be short and easy to maneuver because I use them for me defense.
    Very good stock set! The rubber used in the overmolding is very sticky! Makes holding in really easy!

    here is a picture comparing to a regular length of pull, it makes it a lot easier to handle in close quarters.....
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    I have the Hogue stock on my 10/22. Absolutely love it.
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    Had a Hogue on my 10/22. Have a forearm on my 870 the stock is a knoxx compstock, but that uses a modded hogue stock. Also have a hogue grip on my Ruger MK II and Sig 220. I like them on all of my guns.
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    I have Hogue grips for my Bereta 92. Made shooting it a whole lot more pleasant for my wife. I've been looking at their 12" stock for my Winchester 1300, but haven't gotten it yet. I've got fairly short arms, so I think the short stock would make it more comfortable to shoot for both me and my wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goawayfarm View Post
    Very good stock set! The rubber used in the overmolding is very sticky! Makes holding in really easy!

    here is a picture comparing to a regular length of pull, it makes it a lot easier to handle in close quarters.....
    I especially like the wooden look you've maintained. Unusual these days. Synthetic stocks are cool, too, but this (Winchester?) is classy.

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    I have the short LOP stock set on my 870.



    Other than making it handier in confined spaces, the sharp downward curve of the grip gives you way better control of the gun without actually having a full-blown pistolgrip hanging down to snag on things.

    I tried one of those M4-type stocks; couldn't stand firing the thing with full-power loads. They're sloppy and the butt is way to small, unless you like unnecessary pain.

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