Old Squid on a Blade
Join Date: Apr 2002
Sportbike: 2000 929
Years Riding: Longer than most of you have been alive. And I'm still slow.
How you found us: The voices in my head told me to come here
Mike is right. Ignore the peanut gallery. Custom stocks or adjustable stocks are the way to go with a good bird gun for the serious shooter. Length of pull, drop at comb, cast, pitch....all affect how you point and are interrelated. A well fit gun is like an extension of your body. That doesn't mean a stock gun won't work, or is bad, but depending on your body you may struggle. It's like buying a set of golf clubs. Sure you can get a shelf set and be happy, but as you get better you will play with length, shafts, lie, lofts etc.
BTW, nice looking gun. I think the Delta is nicer. What are you planning on doing with it? I couldn't see the business end. Is it ported? Interchangeable choke tubes? How long are the barrels? I'm a Browning boy myself.
There is nothing firm, nothing balanced, nothing durable in all the universe. Nothing remains in its original state, each day, each hour, each moment, there is change. Change is the essence of life. Embrace change as you do life. To fight change is to live in the past.