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Which would be better Center grip or rear grip like a 7 fingers style
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Centergrip hands down
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Center X 2.
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Ditto on center grip
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Agree, midgrip is the way. Rear grips are pretty much bench/bag guns.

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7 fingers & XLT are big long stocks, there would be a lot of overhang. The old wood Copper stock would be better choice if you had to go rear grip. I have all 3
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Center grip would be the one to go with for that.

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+1 more on the centergrip


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