S200 Adjustable Stock

S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby ditchdangler » Wed Jun 07, 2017 2:36 pm

Can anyone advise on the best suited adjustable stock for a S200, can the Rowan TX200. Be made to fit or am I left with the Bisley. As it is my stock is around 1" short, will either of these bring me close to my required pull length? Thanks in advance for your comments.
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby ditchdangler » Wed Jun 07, 2017 4:14 pm

Sorry just read my post? Should have said adjustable butt pad not stock???
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby Bezzer » Wed Jun 07, 2017 4:25 pm

Neither will do what you want as they are, they're really for just up and down movement and hardly thicker than the standard butt pad. You'd have to add a spacer between pad and stock to get you the extra length.Be easy enough if you are anything of a DIYer using wood or plastic, do it with your standard pad first to see how it feels, you can get an adjustable if need be afterwards. I bought a Bisley one for my 400 recently, used it once and found it was so uncomfortable whatever position it was in I got rid and put the OE one back on.
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby billywhizz » Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:48 pm

hi ,I have a 200 and sloved the problem with 2 pieces of brass tube fitted in between the butt plate and stock , with the fixing screws for the butt plate going through the tubes, I have also had the stock cut for a adjustable cheek piece so it suits my face /cheek . works well for me.
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby ditchdangler » Fri Jun 16, 2017 1:21 pm

Well, I spoke with Air Arms and they advised that the adjustable butt on the MPR rifles fits, so ordered and hey two days later it arrives, all we have to do is fit it. Will post again when done, if it works it will have cost only £50, just wonder why this is not known by all?
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby ditchdangler » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:09 pm

What can I say, the parts arrived from AA in just two days, ten minutes later original butt pad removers and new one offered up, not an exact fit but since I needed to add the spacers provided not a problem, only one screw needed to be repositioned but after only a further ten minutes the pad was in place and being adjusted to give best fit, not perfect but almost - well impressed now to get out and fire a few off.
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby TenMetrePeter » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:50 am

Can you upload a pic? What's the new distance from wood to shoulder? Always look a bit long to me
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby ditchdangler » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:30 pm

Will try and post pics
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby ditchdangler » Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:44 am

Well I took the pic, tried logging into photo bucket! But cannot get past the bloody adverts? And damned if I am going to pay to stop them. Is there another site I can use which does not have the adverts jumping all over the place?
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Re: S200 Adjustable Stock

Postby Raj » Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:33 pm

Just resize it using paint to about 12Kb or 400 x 600 pixels and use the upload button at the bottom
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