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    Sharp Shooter
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    Default PCP Benchrest Stock

    This benchstock was custom build by Wally van der Walt a seasoned Bechrest shotist.
    My first try out I shot a 4850 out of 5000. Easy to shoot bench with this stock after the rifle is alined on the rests only 2 knops to ajust from target to target. See my Image gallery for more photos.
    I will get better pic over the week end.

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    Marksman
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    Cool stock but only really necessary on a recoiling centrefire rifle.
    There is no point in having the rear section parallel to the sandbag in a non -recoiling air rifle.

    Cheers

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    REP: Airgun Warehouse

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    Take into consideration;

    1-BR Air Rifle shooters must shoot fast--time limit--changing conditions.

    2-They must move after every shot--one shot at a diagram--50 shots.The total movement from top left to bottom right is say 300mm.

    3-The design of the stock is not only about recoil but about consistency.

    This stock works brilliantly as the shooter can move from diagram to diagram fast and fluently --try it you will be surprised.

    Nickswin! You and Wally have a winner there,we photographed the stock a while ago and sent it to the UK for comment--they were impressed and please let us have a sample before Sept. when they will be visiting here.--OK?

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    Marksman
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    I agree that the rifle needs to be moved easily between shots.
    The most important thing is the wide fore-end which is where the S400 falls short.
    The rear of the stock as on the std S400 is perfect for benchrest...the one pictured I would think is not really necessary...it is made to slide back upon recoil and then pushed forward to battery again.

    BR shooters put talcum powder on the front and rear bags to aid the sliding action.

    Nickswin...any chance you can take some sharper pics?
    I would really be interestd in seeing that S400 properly.

    cheers

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    Sharp Shooter
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    Go check out this web site regarding stocks made in Potch www.armtec.co.za

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    SAFTAA Chairman
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    that web site has errors?????

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    Sharp Shooter
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    Hi Errol, I did check the web site again and found no errors.

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    Sharp Shooter
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    Sample from www.armtec.co.za web site


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