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Old 03-07-2012, 11:07 AM   #1
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Any opinions or comments on the ATI 6 position side folding stock for an 870?

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Old 03-10-2012, 09:05 PM   #2
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Just put one on my h&r pardner (pretty much the same gun) love the look and the feel but i havent shot it yet. Going out tomorrow I'll let ya know how it feels shooting it

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Yeah let me know

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would love to put one on my shotgun but since i live in california im not allowed too.

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There is a diference betwen a "folding stock" and a "collapsible stock". The ATI stock is collapsible. Few people need the flexability to change stock length. You may be better finding a stock that "fits" you. A fixed stock will be stronger and more stable.

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Just put one on my h&r pardner (pretty much the same gun) love the look and the feel but i havent shot it yet. Going out tomorrow I'll let ya know how it feels shooting it
Ive got the same shotgun with the ati top folder

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Thats nice looking protector btw
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How do you like the top folder?

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There is a diference betwen a "folding stock" and a "collapsible stock". The ATI stock is collapsible. Few people need the flexability to change stock length. You may be better finding a stock that "fits" you. A fixed stock will be stronger and more stable.
The model i put on mine is collapsible and folding. I finally shot it today and i love it!! It just feels good. I was out with a bunch of skeet shooters and my short barrel held its own with the long barrels. I feel like i have more control with the pistol grip and the recoil was not all that bad
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:56 AM   #10
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Cool, I actually found an ATI 6 position- side folding stock pretty cheap and bought it, now to find a gun to put it on lol.

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