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Thread: Precision build with a Magpul PRS stock...which grip do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Shooter View Post
    May I ask why yall prefer the Luth-AR stock? Im in process of building a 20" gun and am looking at both.
    I'd be interest in knowing that as well, even though I already have the PRS and will be using it.
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    I had PRS stocks on all of mine and use Ergo Deluxe grips on them. Still have the grips but changed the stocks to XLR Tac AR stocks.
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    Ergo Deluxe for me as well on precision builds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Shooter View Post
    May I ask why yall prefer the Luth-AR stock?
    As a short answer, we all feel that we get a much more solid, secure and repeatable cheek weld. We had a PRS class for semi-autos and had 2 identical rifles, yet each with the different stock.

    I prefer the adjustments, others too have their own favorite feature, if not bias. And we all like the price!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty223 View Post
    As a short answer, we all feel that we get a much more solid, secure and repeatable cheek weld. We had a PRS class for semi-autos and had 2 identical rifles, yet each with the different stock.

    I prefer the adjustments, others too have their own favorite feature, if not bias. And we all like the price!
    Thank you brother for the info..yes..the price is right on the Luth stock, for sure. Ill keep this in mind.
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    The Sierra Precision grip is hard to beat. It forces consistency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatorangecat View Post
    The Sierra Precision grip is hard to beat. It forces consistency.
    I'd love to try one but I'm a lefty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatorangecat View Post
    The Sierra Precision grip is hard to beat. It forces consistency.
    It is a nice grip but does not allow a ambi-safety selector. Some people if I'm correct have milled out a notch on the right side to allow the use of a ambi-selctor. I havnt even looked if they make a new version that allows it but that a issue for some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentRecon View Post
    It is a nice grip but does not allow a ambi-safety selector. Some people if I'm correct have milled out a notch on the right side to allow the use of a ambi-selctor. I havnt even looked if they make a new version that allows it but that a issue for some.

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    Well, that's a deal killer right there, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    Well, that's a deal killer right there, too.
    Agree. I just checked and they dont make one that's ambi capable. That's a deal breaker for me. I personally think the Ergo Tactical Deluxe (no base plate) is the best. If you try one you'll never go back imo.

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