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Old 10-18-2010, 04:08 PM
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Due to popular demand we now offer our outstanding OverMolded shotgun stocks with a 12" length of pull. We shorten the stock and install one of our EZG grind to fit recoil pad


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I use 'em on my Mossberg 500's. It increases mobility a great deal. A couple inches off the backside makes a much bigger difference in handling than a couple inches off the barrel. A lot of folks have em to compensate for wearing body armor and the same applies to heavy winter clothes. Also nice if smaller shooters may be using this firearm. E.G. wife or kids. Easier to shoot a firearm that's too small than one that's too big.

You have to get used to it though, because it changes your geometry. I've heard a few people complain of getting their nose smashed by their thumb. Hasn't been an issue for me. Once I tried a 12"lop, I never wanted to go back.

As for the Hogue overmold stocks in general... I like em. I've been happy with the strength, quality, and fit. FYI- buying from a retailer is cheaper than buying from Hogue themselves. Besides black, they also make stocks in OD, "Ghillie Green", "Ghillie Tan", and various camo schemes.

The other option is adjustable "youth" stocks. There are models that come with spacers allowing you to adjust the lop to your liking.
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I also use one on my Mossy 590, the original stock was just too long. The 12" is just about perfect for me and I'm a big guy, although it does seem to up the sensation of recoil a little. It's worth it for me though.
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I have one on my 870 tactical express. I love it. I am only 5'2" tall, so have very short arms. This stock has made my shotgun much more user-friendly for someone my size.
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still trying to get the rail off my wood fore arm, any suggestions, tools needed, etc..
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installed!
looks and feels awesome..thx for all replys!
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I just put one on my Mossy 590 and it's perfect. The original stock was too long for me also.
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The 12" stock length seems to be ideal. I also did not like the regular one (I think it is 14" somewhat) of the 870 Police.

Some already modified shotguns come with shorter stocks, because they are way more comfortable to shoot, even for larger guys.
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installed!
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I like your sling attachment, but screwing an empty swivel stud in thru the butt cuff will help hold it secure. If you heat up a nail and melt a small hole in it the fabric won't fray.

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Just installed a 12" LOP Hogue on my 500 (18.5") and it is AWESOME! With this stock, the overall length of the shotgun is the same as my AK with a 74 style muzzle brake. Very cool. I haven't fired it with the stock installed yet, but I can tell you that it is the most "fast" feeling pump shotgun I've ever handled. It just feels right to me. Definitely a good buy and a good option for those of us who prefer a more squared stance.
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I was looking at the hogue 12" LOP stock and thought it would be perfect for my needs. Then I saw the knoxx recoil reducing stock and purchased that instead, it's fantastic as it adjusts it length and absorbs a hugh amount of recoil. I like it very much and it's another option for you to check out.
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