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It was built for a guy that had his head screwed on, at 180 degrees off at birth! :roll:

Actually, the rib, etc. is too blurry to tell much.

But it looks like it could have been pretty "neutral" and then just hogged out to accommodate
some fat faced, narrow eyed, right handed shooter. Maybe a contortionist to boot!

We won't even mention the photographer's build or appearance!
 

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My two cents...There's no cast in the stock. The buttstock was made with an off-set comb. The Kolar gun was the first manufacturer to offer this option and I believe you can also get it on Perazzis. An off-set comb is a much better setup than casting. The center line of the comb stays parallel with the bore...much less recoil in the face that a casted stock. Generally you'll also see a little "toe-out", and maybe a smidgen of "heel-in" for better comfort in the shoulder.

Wenig Gunstocks now offers this combination as their "All-American" stock.
 
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