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    Default Shotgun "stock" adapter angle

    There seem to be two options. One tilts the "stock" on an angle so its lower than the receiver and barrel (think AK stock arrangement). The other keeps the "stock" straight so its on the same plane as the receiver/barrel (think AR stock).

    Are there any Pros/Cons to either set up? Does use of optics VS bead VS sights (rifle, ghost ring, shallow V) affect the want/need for the angle or straight "stock"?

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    Nope...shot them both. No issues either way. One is made by Ergo (SB Tactical). The other by MESA (ours).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    Nope...shot them both. No issues either way. One is made by Ergo (SB Tactical). The other by MESA (ours).
    You guys own MESA?
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    I think he means he stocks the MESA brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabalfodrows View Post
    You guys own MESA?

    No but we will copy and improve their adapter if we see a market opportunity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    Nope...shot them both. No issues either way. One is made by Ergo (SB Tactical). The other by MESA (ours).
    Is one better for optics/irons? Either "feel" more natural? Thoughts on a folding mechanism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDELWEISS View Post
    Is one better for optics/irons? Either "feel" more natural? Thoughts on a folding mechanism?

    Nope...both have been used by us...both work great. Mesa is more costly. No folders...no plans to make one.
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