The HFT rifles need quite a different shape to the cheek piece, it has to be flat so you can pull your head back for better clarity without inducing px error on the close shots. And to give a consistent eye scope alignment in all positions. When px'd for each shot in FT the eye position is less critical as being wrong wont induce px error. There are not that many out of the box stocks that are ideal for HFT.
Your Ripper looks good, I am amazed how these have stood the test of time both in looks and performance. I was born in Ripley, but I think my performance has had its peak though!
HFT, for people with only 2 buttucks!
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