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Thread: Field Target Stock for a TX200?

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    Default Field Target Stock for a TX200?

    I'm trying to keep my Springer and Pcp FT shooting on par with each other to keep enjoying both classes.

    What do the TX200 owners on the Forum use as a FT stock in stead of the normal stock and hamster?
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    I use a TX200 stock
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    he-he, me too, but I'm sure one can "buy" a better score with a FT stock.
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    the GinB FT stock is the ultimate for the TX200 in my opinion...
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    Are they in your album or can you post a pic pse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by guido View Post



    WOW!!!
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    mmmmm..... so, does everybody agree that this is the best FT stock for a T200?
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    Guido what about the stock that Dieter and Cobus use? CS1000 ?
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    CS1000 also very nice but does not have adjustable hamster...which suited me fine since I do not use a hamster.

    GinB stock is definitely more adaptable and more beautiful but many prefer the looks of the CS1000....both awesome stocks.
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    Are they the same from a pricing perspective.

    Just trying to compare apples with you know what.
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    CS stocks are more expensive and they take 3-4 months to build...GinB take less
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    Then its a no contest, as personally prefer the GinB stock anyway.
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    All righty then, I'll keep this thread open if anyone else wants to add something.

    Until then I guess I'll wait for my PM from Guido then
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    James the cheek piece and hamster make a huge difference in the feel of the rifle.
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