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Old 09-17-2012, 01:16 AM   #31
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LOP is the distance from the inside bend of your elbow to the position of the tip of your index finger when pulling the trigger. average for a 5' 10" person would be around 12-14"
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Eat your Wheaties, son
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I do I eat almost anything
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Old 09-17-2012, 07:32 PM   #34
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Until you stop growing(?) it seems almost a shame to consider modifying

the stock. In a season or two, it will most likely match your LOP,

and shooting will be much more comfy.

Or you could get a wood Ruger stock, and cut it to the proper

LOP...
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:39 PM   #35
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Dude, you are going to have to learn to deal with recoil. It hurts when you are growing up. If you get a stock that fits you this season. Next season you will need a new stock. Your shoulder will toughen up to the point that you enjoy recoil. I promise you all these things will happen. When you are looking at a trophy elk (or any elk)your adrenaline will be flowing so fast the scope could split your eyebrow and you won't feel it. I promise you all this is true. I am not one to lie.
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Old 09-18-2012, 02:49 AM   #36
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Well I know that
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Being that you are young,I'd suggest getting some Reduced Recoil ammunition for your 30/06 if putting a better recoil pad like a Limbsaver would make the stock LOP too long for your body.
You could also just get another stock for it.A Laminate stock,like a Boyd's will bolt right on,and be heavier than the factory stock.That will greatly reduce the recoil to your shoulder.

I would make a muzzle brake a last resort.Shooting a rifle with a muzzle brake requires good hearing protection being worn at all times if you want to be able to hear for the rest of your life.
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Ok but my dad has one on his rifle and it's not to bad when you shoot it but if you are watching then that's when it gets loud
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