Hey everyone! I know I haven't been around the forums much lately but things have been crazy at work and I've been traveling a lot.
I need some help from the gang if anyone has some time!
I know my way around pistols and rifles pretty well but I have very little experience with shotguns...just never had one growing up. I just purchased a nice 870 Wingmaster from a buddy of mine and I am excited to have it. It's got this Choate composite stock with a pistol grip on it and it's just too long for my arms: I'm not a fan. I'd like to pull it off there and replace it with something a little shorter and more comfortable for me. I've done some digging around online and found a couple of stocks I'm interested in, but I have no idea how to pull the stock off this thing to replace it.
I mean, how hard can it be? Can't be too difficult, I just don't know what tools I might need or any tips or tricks that shotgun people probably know offhand. I mean, I can only assume pulling the recoil pad off will give me access to some kind of screw inside the stock that holds it on there, but I'd rather ask first and do it right.