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Old 02-14-2010, 18:40   #1
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Tapco Intrafuse Shotgun Stock

Anyone using this product? I've been debating between the Tapco and Butler Creek folding stocks. Trying to stay under $100. $60 ideal. Any other recommendations? Knoxx worth the price? Any other quality folding stock. I have a 590 and would like to carry my shotgun in a duffle bag. Pistol grip ideal too. Factory stock seems too long. What's it called? Length of pull? Still want a comfortable stock though. Seems those collapsible and folders don't offer much to the shoulder.
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Anyone using this product? I've been debating between the Tapco and Butler Creek folding stocks. Trying to stay under $100. $60 ideal. Any other recommendations? Knoxx worth the price? Any other quality folding stock. I have a 590 and would like to carry my shotgun in a duffle bag. Pistol grip ideal too. Factory stock seems too long. What's it called? Length of pull? Still want a comfortable stock though. Seems those collapsible and folders don't offer much to the shoulder.
I have a Butler Creek on my Mossberg 500 and have decided to go back to stock wood. It is really awkward and I have a left-handed son who it would never work for. I haven't seen a Tapco for shotguns but I don't like their folder for AKs. I do like their T6 for AKs.
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I have a Butler Creek on my Mossberg 500 and have decided to go back to stock wood. It is really awkward and I have a left-handed son who it would never work for. I haven't seen a Tapco for shotguns but I don't like their folder for AKs. I do like their T6 for AKs.
I'm a lefty too. Would it seriously not work for me. As far as trying to work the pump? Weird extending with reverse controls? Hard to load? All the above and much, much, more?

I think the Tapco stock resembles their T6 AK/AR collapsible stock.
http://www.tapco.com/proddesc.aspx?Id=STK54160BLACK
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I'm a lefty too. Would it seriously not work for me. As far as trying to work the pump? Weird extending with reverse controls? Hard to load? All the above and much, much, more?

I think the Tapco stock resembles their T6 AK/AR collapsible stock.
http://www.tapco.com/proddesc.aspx?Id=STK54160BLACK
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Do you see how the stock looks like it's off-set left of center until it meets the recoil pad? That's because it is. When I shoulder the shotgun right-handed it is awkward getting proper alignment. Left-handed there is no way. If I could smell my sight picture it would be perfect because my nose lines up better than my eye.

That Tapco not as good looking as their AK stock IMO but I bet it gets the job done nicely. The butt is nice and wide to distribute the recoil over a large area. I have a Tapco T6 on a Saiga 12 and it is very comfortable to shoot.
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I think I'll go with the Tapco. Folders seem nice for overall length, but not very practical for shooting. Thanks for the info!
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