Any use "spec-ops" shotgun stock?

Any use "spec-ops" shotgun stock?

This is a discussion on Any use "spec-ops" shotgun stock? within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Hi Guys, Trying to decide between these two stocks: http://www.knoxx.com/products/SpecOps_Stock.php or http://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/...-stocks/PM111D Do you think there is anything to the recoil reduction of the spec-ops ...

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    Any use "spec-ops" shotgun stock?

    Hi Guys,

    Trying to decide between these two stocks:

    http://www.knoxx.com/products/SpecOps_Stock.php

    or

    http://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/...-stocks/PM111D

    Do you think there is anything to the recoil reduction of the spec-ops stock? I always saw the recoil and slow follow-up with my winchester 1300 as a big negative.

    Which one would you buy? Thanks!


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    my buy for my 1300 is the knoxx set-up. No questions on durability...
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    I have the Knoxx Spec-Ops on my Mossberg 500, and I wouldn't give it up for anything. I'm a little guy, and shooting even low-power 12ga. rounds hurt through the factory stock (the stock stock?). I put on the Spec-Ops, and was amazed at the difference. Slugs feel about the same as a .308, which is very managable for me. 3in Magnum Buckshot hot enough to cycle the action 3/4 back on its own was even managable, though not pleasant.

    The plastic doesn't look very high-quality, but it is durable and the recoil reduction works beautifully. My only complaint is that I need a tool to disassemble the gun now, but I have plans to fix that with a big long thumb screw.
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    I have the spec-ops on my 870. it works great, its well made, and it reduces the felt recoil. i would strongly recommend it to anyone.

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    I have one on my (Knox) 870, I didn't see much difference using slugs compared to using the same 2 3/4s in my Benello. Haven't tried it with '00 yet.

    But then again, maybe it was me anticipating recoil....

    Time to go to the range again I think

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    I use it on my 590, will have to grind off some sharp edges. don't find a problem with the safety, the action lock is difficult to get to. I also added a medium sized grind to fit limbsaver pad to the spec-ops, I call it the "Wussmaster" I also bought the "power pack" and find it not very useful and not worth the price if you aren't using optics.

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    I just ordered the CompStock for my Mossy 500. I had contemplated the Spec-Ops, but prefer the traditional grip on a shotty (plus you're hand is already in place to butt-stroke if the need arises).

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    Thanks guys

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    I need to make the same decision. LMarshall73 has a good point.
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