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How difficult to remove a Soft-Touch?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Singleshot, Aug 14, 2008.

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  1. Singleshot

    Singleshot Member

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    I just bought something with a Soft-Touch, but the length of pull is about an inch too long. How hard is it to undo a Soft-Touch installation and get back to a basic adjustable comb?

    I don't just mean taking the Soft-Touch out - that's easy, but getting a plate made for the comb adjustments, loading some weight into the hollowed out stock, etc.

    Can it be done fairly easily, and who would you recommend?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Scoutman 06

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    I'm sitting here looking at the Soft Touch on my Perazzi & there doesn't seem to be a simple solution. You could possibly remove the hydraulic unit & replace it with a spacer cut to fit but you would have to devise a way to secure it. You might call Shooter's Emporium in Portland, OR at 800-323-7940 since they are the ones who build the Soft Touch. John
     
  3. KEYBEAR

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      Shooters Emporium will just tell you to send it to them and for about $600.00 bucks it will be shorter . It may be cheaper to put the stock on here and do a trade for a stock you can cut .

     ALF
     
  4. Singleshot

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    How about a little more, titewad2? What do you have to do, and have you done one or seen one that was done?
     
  5. gun fitter

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    I could do nit for you but it would cost about $300.
    Joe goldberg 231 1898
     
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