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is edwards recoil reducers still in the Business?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by DAN FIELD, Mar 10, 2010.

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  1. DAN FIELD

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    Looking to find some info on where to purchase a edwards recoil reducer, new if possible, if not would be interested in a good used one. thanks Dan
     
  2. whiz white

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    You don't really want an Edwards, do you?

    Do a search on past threads about recoil reducers. I did some and responded to that thread a year or so ago.

    I'll go look for the picture I took of various models disassembled.

    Lead shot in the butt stock is probably the best defense to recoil.


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    You can buy them from Brownells.
    I have one in my M-12 and it seems to do the job with out the "slosh"
    of a mercury reducer.
    But I think that they both work OK.
     
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