The Sniper Stockpack is exactly what my single-shot rifle needed. The design is effective. My comments apply to the model I bought. Other models he sells may be different. There are five elastic loops inside my stockpack that will hold a variety of ammo, though I think some of them have six loops inside. I can put five 45 caliber rifle rounds in mine, so it will hold a large round, but I would not try it with a shotgun shell. I think a .50 cal would also work, but you might not be able to use all five loops--not sure. I think the loops are too big for .22 cal. With the ammo in the loops, there is still space for other items in the pack. I love that I can zip the compartment closed and my ammo is protected from dirt, dust, debris, and most importantly--from loss. I hunt in thick vegetation, in all weather, so this enclosed pack is essential. It comes with another set of six loops that are velcroed to the outside of the pack. I don't use those, but you could. It has an adjustable loop that goes around the back end to keep it from sliding forward. It comes with extra velcro strips that go on the inside so you can use the raise the comb for the correct cheekweld. In my case, I didn't need them. The velcro fasteners that hold the pack to your buttstock are strong and hold the pack securely. Overall, I've hunted with it twice now and had zero issues. A couple of things to know: the more ammo and other items you put in the pack, the more it will change the balance of your weapon. This is not a problem for me, it's just a fact. Importantly, the design is such that you do NOT just fold the pack in half and set the middle of it on top of your buttstock--this is intentional (I asked the designer). The fold is more toward the cheek side so that the top of the buttstock and the cheek side have the smooth padded surface and the far side has the zipper and the pack. You do NOT want the zipper on top of your buttstock. Initially the stockpack will want to just fold in half, so you have to condition the pack to fold where you want it to--just fold it firmly at the correct spot and holding it in that position. Do that a few times, then put it on your weapon. I am a retired Army, Infantry, Ranger, so I'm particular about function. I also want it to look like I mean business. This is a great product.
Great stock pad for my CZ 457. Gave me just the right amount of cheek rise to have a clear sight picture through the scope. The side pocket is an added bonus as it is perfect for holding a box of 100 rds of 22.
Top notch product and great service
Excellent product, good quality, I recommend it. Very serious and reliable seller.
Every aspect of fitment and cheek height are adjustable. Good texture on cheek pad, not sticky and not slick, just right. Plenty of room in pouch. Good quality material and brings the look of the rifle together. Shipped fast too. Totally satisfied.