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Danny Mac 03-Feb-10 - 07:44 PM ET
mikezookie 03-Feb-10 - 09:27 PM ET
Red Dirt 03-Feb-10 - 10:52 PM ET


Subject: Cynergy Recoil Pad
From: Danny Mac
Date: Wed, Feb 03, 2010 - 07:44 PM ET
Website Address: www.trapshooters.com

I need to replace my Browning Cynergy Inflex Recoil Pad as it is coming apart. I want to have it removed and go with an adjustable butt plate or GraCoil type recoil pad to get a consistent stock position when mounting the gun. Has anyone done this or can someoen recommend who I can or should send it to for cutting the stock and installing a new butt plate? Please include with the name an e-mail and/or phone number of the person you recommend. Thanks in advance for the help and suggestions. Dan McGregor

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Subject: Cynergy Recoil Pad
From: mikezookie
Date: Wed, Feb 03, 2010 - 09:27 PM ET
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The best gunsmith. Should be in Tucson Phillip Crenwelge (210)313-5988

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Subject: Cynergy Recoil Pad
From: Red Dirt
Date: Wed, Feb 03, 2010 - 10:52 PM ET
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I can do that for you, I carry graco buttplates and bump buster recoil reducers that allow for length of pull adjustment. Fast turnaround time. Check out my website and give me a call, http://www.reddirtstockworks.com

James T.

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