Three years after its introduction on the market the EvoComp has already set lasting trends with four medals during the Olympic Games 2012 in London.
Have you already known the latest? During the World Cup in Tucson (USA) in 2012 the British shooter Peter R. Wilson reached a new world record in double trap with 198 from possible 200 hits. This result can be ranged as an "eternal world record" due to the changing in double trap regulations which have been stated in the meantime. We are wondering where the way in sports will lead this Olympic winner who got his first EvoComp in 2010...
The features of the Ergosign EvoComp stock start with the glove type, pistol grip. This insures your hand is placed in the exact same spot with every shot ensuring your muscle memory is in synchronisation with your shotgun. The rest of the stock is infinitely adjustable in all directions e.g. LoP, Drop, Cast & Pitch making it possible to fit to ANYONE.
Why would you consider this system? What are the benefits for YOU?
As you know most stocks are either fixed comb or have an adjustable comb which allows only for changes to drop & cast at the comb. Any other changes require major effort, and can be very expensive. This is OK if you are a factory sponsored shooter! However, for most of us this is an expensive exercise and one we generally don’t go thru and continue to accept a poorly fitted stock. Also, as time goes by, we tend to change physically as well as change our technique. All this requires changes to your stock.
Other systems that are currently available generally are too heavy and upset the balance of your gun. The EvoComp stock system has been design to weigh similar to a standard fixed comb stock and they have a balancing system to allow you to adjust the stock for the perfect balance.
At the recent 2010 World Championships in Munich, Richard Bognar from Hungry qualified for the Double Trap final – the first competitor to do so with a Modular Stock System.
Five out of the top ten Olympic double trap shooter in the world are now using the Ergosigne EvoComp Stock.
Over the next few years the majority of elite competitors will be using these stock systems in their search for the Ultimate Fit.
1. Pistol grip
A fundamental difference from conventional stocks lies in the anatomical moulding of the pistol grip giving the stock a previously unknown degree of shooting comfort. Thanks to this ergonomic moulding, the light palm swell, finger grooves and a shaped horn for the back of the hand the hand always holds the same position, which positively effects recoil characteristics and leaves the trigger finger always in the same position relative to the trigger.