I am wanting to try to move to PCP class of hunter field target and have my eyes on the Air Arms S400 MPR ft. The gun has an adjustable comb and I'm told the stock is very short without adding some spacers in the butt. So, is this gun legal with the comb and butt adjusted for me? Or would I have to push those to the minimum (and likely unusable) settings to be legal?Is there a way the positions can be fixed in place to be legal (a la how we can use a scope that is higher than 12x but have to keep it at a lower setting) or would I have to figure in a whole new stock? (which would put the budget that is already stretched to the breaking point).
If you want to shoot Hunter class, why the MPR? Unless you plan on shooting open class down the road, save the money and get the regular 400/410. Save a bit more by purchasing used and get the older bolt action model with the better trigger. Also the best deals I have ever seen on suitable FT rigs is AT an FT shoot. I did concider the MPR when it first hit the market at $580.00 but at current prices there just may be other choices.John