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Gooey Pads Info

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by KooJo, Jul 24, 2012.

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  1. KooJo

    KooJo Member

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    Gooey Pads what do I need to keep it clean and last a long time. Thank for any INFO
     
  2. tanda1

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    ...and store the gun in the safe with the barrel down.
     
  3. benedict1

    benedict1 TS Member

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    I have two of the new Super Gooey Pads. Far better than earlier types and they seem to be made of material that is much more impervious to wear and dirt. I have always stored my guns muzzle down as a way of keeping oil from forcing its way back down into the buttstock area so I don't know if the Super Gooey's will take a "set" by resting on them.

    As to recoil reduction--they are the absolute best in my view.
     
  4. Snowjet

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    benedict1, I agree with you. My shoulder feels great.
     
  5. Shawn

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    I don't fit mine I just put them on the gun. With the adjustable plate canted the oversize pad isn't very noticeable. Not fitting them to the gun seems to increase there longevity substantially.

    Shawn
     
  6. N. J. BOB

    N. J. BOB Active Member

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    Shawn

    I do the same, just install and use it..
     
  7. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    When you mount the gun; if you drag the pad to fit your shoulder pocket it won't last near as long as pushing the gun away and then pulling it straight back into the shoulder.
     
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