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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-13-2017, 10:48 AM
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What does LoP mean? This acronym is unfamiliar to me.

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What does LoP mean? This acronym is unfamiliar to me.

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My apologies - length of pull.

I have fairly long arms (not quite gibbon, but getting there) so I have about 15" from the pad of my index finger to the inside of my elbow. When I first got a scoped centerfire I had to add a 2" spacer to stop the scope hitting me in the face every time I shot!
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Measure from trigger to butt. You can move the scope forward also. If you are built like me, the long arms and neck are part of the deal. I have a custom 06 and a built longrifle that both are a inch + longer then the norm and they fit. I shoot service rifle (AR) and scopes are now legal in comp. I had to get a mount that was built out longer, and it is at the far end of the rail so I can get eye relief. Nose touches the charging handle... If my eyes were not aging with the rest of me, I would shoot opens on most things.

It doesnt fit badly at all. I really like the European forend, it just makes it fit better.

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