TSK Adjustable Shotgun Stocks made in Italy

An Italian company called TSK makes a competition O&U shotgun stock, which is adjustable in any imaginable way. With the number of adjustability options it offers, it should be possible to tune it for virtually any shooter. Let’s take a look at its different features.

The cheek piece can be adjusted both vertically…

… and horizontally:

It allows 25 mm (about an inch) of length of pull adjustment.

 

You can adjust the height and angle of the butt plate, too.

Also, you can change not only the butt plate but also the recoil pad cant.

Note that there are micrometer style markings all over the metal parts of the stock. These allow to know and fix the exact amount of each part’s adjustment.

TSK stocks are available in several metal finishes and lengths. You can also choose to have a carbon fiber shaft instead of the metal one. The cheek pieces are available in many different shapes and sizes. There are also leather covered cheek piece options. Buttpad shape and material choice is wide too. The metal parts are made of some kind of high strength alloy (not specified) with the exception of screws which are stainless steel. The wooden portion is made of walnut. The overall weight of the stock is 2lb 1oz.

The TSK stocks are available for the following shotgun models:

  • Caesar Guerini Summit
  • Krieghoff K80
  • Marocchi EVO
  • Beretta 680, 682, 692, DT10, DT11, ASE
  • Perazzi MX8, MX2000, HT
  • Rizzini BR440
  • Zoli Z-Gun, Kronos

For the pricing, you need to go to the online configurator on their website, choose all the options you want and then they’ll send you a quotation. I chose what I would like to have, but haven’t received a price offer yet. I think this kind of “device” will come at a price.





Hrachya H

I was born and currently live in Armenia, where I work in a family business of leather goods manufacturing. Being a retired sergeant of my country’s armed forces and a lifelong firearms enthusiast, I always enjoy studying firearms design, technology and history. Also my knowledge of Russian allows me to translate and make Russian/Soviet/Combloc small arms related information available for the English speaking audience.
Should you need to contact me, feel free to shoot me a message at TFBHrachyaH@gmail.com


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  • Shankbone

    Why is “device” in quotes in the last line?

    • Mark

      Probably because it’s so adjustable and full of mechanical parts calling it a shotgun stock doesn’t quite do it justice.

      As the author went down the list of ways it can adjust I was pretty impressed. No matter the cost it’s near that someone has attempted and succeeded in making this.

      • Hrachya H

        Mark told the exact reason.

      • raz-0

        I vote for “recoil interface system” then.

  • gusto

    doubles as a nifty prostethic leg

    • Sur Komm

      the best comment of the day……..lol

    • wetcorps

      Or you could get a SCAR stock for just a fraction of the price!

  • Anonymoose

    I want this on a Benelli.

    • Ken

      Based on the guns this is available for, it probably costs more than just about any Benelli. 🙂

  • Zach

    As somebody who likes cruel jokes on mankind, I wish it fit a Maverick 88.

  • Hoplopfheil

    This looks like something out of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

  • Jaedo Drax

    If you use this on a shotgun that has a bayonet lug, does that make it an assault shotgun?

  • Brent Wilkerson

    Won’t get any change out of $1,300-1,500 I suggest….

    • MeaCulpa

      I don’t think you’ll get change even if you coughed up two grand.

      • Brent Wilkerson

        Saw them for $1800 USD yesterday. Price depends on options! Glad my 692 stock fits well!

  • mechamaster

    Didn’t like the “thumb-groove-recessed” part…
    It’s feels uncomfortable and limiting the shooter thumb size and ergonomic.

    • Giolli Joker

      I wouldn’t be surprised if you can customize the wood portion as well.

    • Edeco

      Yeah, those parts appear fixed and a little weird. Kind of unfortunate, so many options with the cheek and shoulder pad, but the grip not so much, apparently. May be a millstone on its usability.

    • mazkact

      I suspect the “Beavertail” grip won’t fly with competitive shooters. If that style of grip was desirable on trap/skeet guns I think we would have seen it more by now. I’ll bet the price won’t be much more than having ones stock professionally fitted.

  • Free Tennessee

    Maybe sell this on the LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ Gun Market. A little too pretentious for a straight man into guns.

    • Giolli Joker

      For a professional shotgun competitor it may have some use.

      • Edeco

        They pay a lot to get stocks tuned to the user. I bet for a thou or two this would sell and get used.

  • I like it in the same way I like the retro-tactical ARs with wood furniture…it feels very…substantial yet sci-fi in a way.

  • Moonman45

    figure out how to do it cheap, use laminate wood in different colors and make it for everything from mossberg 500 to spas12

    $$$

  • Rimfire

    Looks like all that “ugly” should at least contain a recoil absorbing device too. I second gusto, but was thinking pirate peg leg

  • Bigg Bunyon

    I never knew all my guns (first one in 1959) were so far outdated and in need of such elaborate upgrades until we got the internet a few years back. Until then, I just broke birds, gave my retrievers a lot of exercise and kept my freezers (hopefully) filled with venison.
    I may never be able to shoot or hunt again I’m so out of date. Talk about dinosaurs! Both I and my guns may never recover.