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What Kind Of Forearm/foregrip Do You Like?


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#1 willcfish

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 09:59 PM

There are many types of forearms on shotguns these days. What is your favorite? Traditional, Tactical Firearm style?
Does it depend on the shotgun?
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#2 PA RIDGE RUNNER

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 05:04 AM

I do prefer a standard forearm on my turkey gun but absolutely love the full pistol grip buttstock. I find it more comfortable to hold for a longer time.
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#3 cayugad

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 08:51 AM

That depends on what I want to do with the shotgun.  If this were a self defense shotgun, then the full forward pistol grip is almost a must.  It gives you much more speed and no aiming comtrol.  But for hunting, I like the traditional grips.  It seems they fit my style when wing shooting, and I twist and follow birds.

 

 

As a side not, I have a tactical rifle I shoot a lot on the range.  And I have the tactical front grip on it.  But I constantly find myself taking that off when I want to thread the needle shooting tricks.  Then I remove the grip and rest the rail on the bag. I think it lets me get deeper into the rifle.  BUT when I combat shoot, or walk and shoot as some call it, the pistol grip is such a plus.


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