Originally Posted by BenY 2013
I have no idea of this but wanted to thank you for bringing this up was wondering the same thing myself. Looking forward to an answer
Different grip shapes are for different styles of shooting.
There intent is to position the trigger hand in the most comfortable/repeatable position for the
type of shooting to be done.
Just like the importance of trigger control for accuracy, hand position can be very important
For example: For off hand shooting, a vertical grip is more natural and therefore more
consistant most of the time.
Thumb hole stocks are good for bench or varmint shooting.
And pistol grip stocks are good for dangerous game hunting where quick acquisition is most
It is also a personal thing as to which grip style a person is most comfortable with for all round
There are advantages and disadvantages to all styles so one must chose what works best
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