OK, things are coming into focus, now.
Measure from the inside end (point) of your elbow
to the curve of your trigger finger, when held as though
it were on a trigger. That's your LOP(Length Of Pull).
NOW measure from the end of the butt stock of the rifle
to to it's trigger. That's the rifles LOP.
The closer these match, the more comfortably the rifle will
shoot. IIRC, standard rifles have a LOP @ 12.5 inches.
At 13.5 inches, I'm guessing your LOP is @12 inches,
maybe less, as most rifles are designed for medium/large men.
IF your LOP is shorter than 13.5 inches, do you want to
wait to grow into it, or is it better for you to replace, or shorten the stock?
Last edited by therewolf; 09-16-2012 at 07:49 PM.