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#1 User is offline   Ghillie Shot 

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Posted 24 July 2007 - 08:16 AM

The dog-leg stock is a great stock because of the way its designed you can get your head right behind the gun and aim with sights or a scope. The kit I got also included the front grip. The grip is a bit of a pain to get on but over all pretty good after you get it on. For someone who loves the feel of rifles this was perfect for me. You also get a few small rubber things to keep the stock nice and tight.
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Posted 29 September 2007 - 08:23 AM

how often do u use it while prone and how much more effective is it while standing and moving. im interested in getting one, but it will have to be pretty effective for me to drop 105 on it
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Posted 04 October 2007 - 03:05 PM

View Postdeathgiver, on Sep 29 2007, 11:23 AM, said:

how often do u use it while prone and how much more effective is it while standing and moving. im interested in getting one, but it will have to be pretty effective for me to drop 105 on it


It is worth every penny. I got my dogleg for my birthday in august and have been playing with it ever since. It allows you to look right down the sights. AMAIZING. It makes it so you dont have to walk your shots in. Also the new ones come with a braided air line instead of macro{or at least mine did} :laugh:
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Posted 02 March 2008 - 12:31 AM

i didnt check the specialops store lately, but i thought that they were going to come out with a left-hand version. i think that thet would be a good upgrade for me because there is hardly any stocks made for left-handed shooters.

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Post icon  Posted 14 February 2009 - 01:46 PM

I bought the Dogleg stock last year and have used it ever since. The stock does exactly what it advertised to do. It's real sturdy and fits comfortably on your shoulder. You don't need a sight raiser to use a red-dot and there is more than enough clearance for your mask. I never realized how much other stocks messed with your sight until I tried out one of my friend's commando stocks. I just couldn't use it and a regular sight at the same time. Sucked for what I needed from a stock.

An awesome buy but there is one flaw that everyone should be aware of.

With the way I play the game I'm constantly changing hands to get a better shot. I found out the hard way that the stock makes it unpractical to switch hands because of the dog legged section of the stock bars my ability to bend my head and line up my shot with the sight. Makes it almost like shooting from the hip when I try to use my off hand lol


But if you are aware and can deal with that one flaw (i suppose that's why the military has never made a stock like this) then it IS an awesome buy for anyone who wants to use a sight more effectively. :dry:

This post has been edited by Mercy of Spades: 14 February 2009 - 01:48 PM

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