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    tool-less adjustable LOP Non-Pistol Grip Shotgun stock?

    Is this a thing anywhere? It doesn't appear to be from a quick Google.

    What I mean by "quick-adjust LOP" is something akin to an AR-style stock that can quickly and easily be adjusted, but in a form factor that matches traditional shotgun stocks, not a pistol-grip stock. In other words, I do NOT mean an adapter to install an AR stock on a shotgun, but more so a traditional rifle-style stock where the butt-plate is quickly adjustable for LOP, potentially in the field on on-the-go. Not something that requires tools, or shims, or disassembly, etc.

    not really something I have an immediate need for, just something I got curious about, googled, and didn't see so i thought I'd ask the brain trust.

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    The Benelli M2 Comfort Tech stock uses recoil pads that are removable without tools, and are available in varying thicknesses. This same principle might apply to other Benelli models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex G View Post
    The Benelli M2 Comfort Tech stock uses recoil pads that are removable without tools, and are available in varying thicknesses. This same principle might apply to other Benelli models.
    Interesting. Not exactly what I was thinking, but better than nothing I suppose. Looks like you just mash it about until it comes off.

    starting about 1:35 in this vid

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    Interesting. Not exactly what I was thinking, but better than nothing I suppose. Looks like you just mash it about until it comes off.

    starting about 1:35 in this vid
    Grasp it strongly, and pull sharply; it will pop right out. (Edited to add: I reckon that depends upon how far it extends; a shorter pad may not have as much room to get a good grip.)
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    TSK makes what you want, but it is a bit pricey. https://www.tsk-italy.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by farscott View Post
    TSK makes what you want, but it is a bit pricey. https://www.tsk-italy.com/
    The video in their home page shows them adjusting it with tools, no?

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    https://www.boydsgunstocks.com/ makes the "At-One" for the 870. Checked a couple other shotties, didn't find them.

    https://www.boydsgunstocks.com/gunst...ck-3u2172j79zz


    Not my favorite sources, but they have some pics of actual guns. I haven't bothered to read the articles.

    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...yds-gun-stock/

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    FWIW ATI use to make these. Rifle stock that adjusted length of pull like an AR stocks. Probably videos on YouTube still about how they operate.

    https://www.opticsplanet.com/advance...ock-pvxhr.html

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    Yea...you’d think that someone would come up with something say 12” LOP and just have spacers to add to suit. It’s not rocket science.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    The video in their home page shows them adjusting it with tools, no?
    That is just for the initial fitting. After that one-time, everything slides and adjusts without tools.

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