Hogue short LOP stock was too short for me for competition use (but great for home defense) and standard stock was a little too long. So I decided to remvoe half of inch for a perfect fit. Watch the video.

How to Cut Shotgun Stock, Instructions with Photos

Clamp stock in padded vice, measure and mark the stock.

Measuring and Marking the Hogue Stock
Measuring and Marking the Hogue Stock

Cutting Hogue Stock with a fine-toothed Hecksaw:

Cutting Hogue Stock with Hecksaw
Cutting Hogue Stock with Hecksaw

Sand the stock:

Sanding the Hogue Stock
Sanding the Hogue Stock

Drill holes for the screws increasing drill to 9/64″ diameter:

Drilling Holes for Screws, Hogue Stock
Drilling Holes for Screws, Hogue Stock

Sand the buttpad to required size and you will have shortened Hogue stock:

Shortened Hogue Stock
Shortened Hogue Stock

You can also get the Grind to Fit buttpad to get a perfect fit.

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