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Bumpbuster vs. Rad 1

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  1. 4th. down

    4th. down Active Member

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    Need to make a decision on which to install for relief of perceived recoil and pad adjustments on 870 Trap. Thoughts please?
     
  2. ec90t

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    I've shot guns with both systems and find them very good at what they do.

    If it was my money, I would have Ken install one of his "BumpBusters". They are a lighter unit( Doesn't affect balance as much), and the LOP is adjustable on the BumpBuster. You would have to upgrade to the RAD 2 to get this option.

    This is just my .02 worth.

    ec90t
     
  3. Mike K P

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    Ken's Bumpbuster is the way to go. You won't find a nicer guy or a better product. Mike Pracht.
     
  4. Gary Ferrell

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    Bumpbuster ,great price,quick turn around and best workmanship you will find.Ken is the man.
     
  5. mr.mark

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    I've tried and shot most of the different types. The one on my current gun is the bumpbuster. Ken does great work and the bumpbuster has all the right adjustments.

    Mr. Mark
     
  6. slickhead

    slickhead Active Member

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    Does Ken have a web site? Thanks
     
  7. BDodd

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    Yes, as a matter of fact, he does - mash on the link above....Bob Dodd
     
  8. slickhead

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    Thanks It is a good site with lots of info. Has anyone tried the sliding comb model. It sounds good. I have shot the Soft Touch. How do they compare? Thanks Jimmy
     
  9. Ruck

    Ruck Well-Known Member

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    Thanks to everyone for all your great comments!! I have been on a little R & R in sw Texas for the past few days hunting free-ranging Axis deer. Cell and internet service were limited. I'm back home and at work today and will be answering phone messages and emails I got while away. If you tried to reach me and couldn't, please try again. If you'd like to see how the hunt went, go to the blog spot for a photo or two!!

    Ken Rucker...Speedbump Stockworks
     
  10. 4th. down

    4th. down Active Member

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    Thanks for all the good thoughts - Bumpbuster it is!
     
  11. fearlessfain

    fearlessfain TS Member

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    my 1100 does'nt need one.
     
  12. Hap MecTweaks

    Hap MecTweaks Well-Known Member

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    Ken, did Cindy tell you I wanted to hunt with you guys at the ranch when you showed up? :) Hap
     
  13. Ruck

    Ruck Well-Known Member

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    LOL!! No , Hap, she failed to mention that......you shoulda been there....I got 2 beautiful Axis bucks.....one is on my blog......


    Ken
     
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