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Old 05-26-2009, 07:23 AM   #1
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i want to buy a ATI top folding stock for my moss 590, i was wondering if any one has ever used one and if so how bad was recoil. haveing no recoil pad on the plain metal end would make heavy loads hurt like hell. i mostly shoot 3in mag heavyloads, if there is any kinda pad for it i would like to know.thx

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Old 05-26-2009, 04:27 PM   #2
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Don't Pachmyer Decelerators come in universal? Couldn't you take the old one off of your existing stock and use some sort of industrial adhesive to glue it to your top folder?

If you absolutely need a pad and want a "tactical" stock, you might want to take a look at their PART# MRW4100.

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I've also never heard anything but good about Blackhawk's recoil supressing stock design. They're available in top folding or M4 style telescoping

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I've got one on my 500, and while I normally shoot 2 3/4, Ive never had a problem with recoil, but I'm a pretty big guy too(6'3", 210 lbs.). But I normally don't shoot with the stock out, either off the hip or one-handed.

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sweet thx.........

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I've also never heard anything but good about Blackhawk's recoil supressing stock design. They're available in top folding or M4 style telescoping
Just got a Blackhawk telescoping w/ recoil supressing stock. Haven't had a chance to take it to the range, but it feels sturdy and fit perfect on my 590.
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