I have a RAW HM1000x with a right=hand walnut stock. I shoot left-handed and I'm trying to decide if I should order a left hand stock like the one on the gun or the LRT stock which is ambidextrous. I know a left hand stock would be harder to sell if I decide to move the gun later, but I don't see that happening, plus I have the right hand stock too, so that would make it a mute point. What are your opinions?
This message has been edited by blackdiesel on May 15, 2017 8:29 PM
Re: Left hand walnut/thumb-hole or LRT stock for RAW?
May 16 2017, 5:44 AM
Selling a lefty rifle,especially a RAW, is never difficult. You'll really never get the most out of your rifle shooting a right-hand stock lefty. I'd opt for a left-hand sporter stock if you're going to carry it around. I think the LRT is more of a bench/bipod stock.
This message has been edited by garczar on May 16, 2017 9:36 AM
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