from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An opening made to fit a thumb, as in a bowling ball.
- n. Music The hole on a wind instrument that is opened or closed with the thumb.
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- n. A hole designed to receive a thumb.
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- n. the hole in a woodwind that is closed and opened with the thumb
- n. a finger hole made to fit the thumb (as in a bowling ball)
However, If I wanna shoot a scoped .22 I have my laminated thumbhole stocked 10-22 with a 3x to 9x optic.
It weighs three pounds, has an 18.5 inch barrel and a very short thumbhole stock that holds extra shells.
It has the recoil of like a 410 shot gun. idduckhntr is right you may want to look into the thumbhole stock it gives you more of a pistol type grip straighting out your wrist.
Im no lady but you might want to look into a thumbhole stock it will give you more control and support.
I got the thumbhole stock and fore end that was released on the new turkey gun from Remington and it made a BIG difference in the way it shoulders.
My lakelander 389 sporter with thumbhole grip is like rosie o ` donnel tellin fat jokes ..
Yes | No | Report from sayerbefiddlin wrote 51 weeks 6 days ago could you use a thumbhole stock that was shortened or even the handgun style shotguns?
My 10-22 has a laminated thumbhole stock and a Green Mountain heavy target barrel with a 3x to 6x Tasco scope.
My pet projects this winter are my .250 (which I hope to restock with a Boyd thumbhole sporter in walnut laminate) and a 6. 5x55mm (which has done so well at 100 yards that I'd like to dial it in at the 300 yard-line).
My wife bought me a .270 two years ago for my birthday that has the wooden stock with the thumbhole grip.