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Perazzi Factory Recoil Pad

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by Superglide, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. Superglide

    Superglide Member

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    Sadly, my Perazzi recoil pad is starting to deteriorate, showing some small cuts and separations. I am thinking of just putting some black silicone sealant on it for now, but will have to replace it soon.
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    The original Perazzi pad is the factory foam cell type, and and I would like to replace it with the same type, which I understand is not available, or something relatively light.
    The Kick-Eez pads are good but can get very heavy.

    Thoughts?
    Sam
     
  2. drummer boy

    drummer boy TS Member

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    Try the Kick-eez Dual Action pad. It is very recoil absorbent and don't weigh much.
     
  3. Superglide

    Superglide Member

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    Thanks for your suggestion. I'll most likely go with that.
     
  4. Michael Gregory

    Michael Gregory Member

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    I believe that the stock Perazzi pad is made by Cervellati, and I believe Cole Gunsmithing carries them, just not with the stock Perazzi emblem on the face. Good pads! Cole Brand Cervellati Grind-to-Fit Recoil Pads Good luck!

    Mike at G-Squared
     
  5. semperfi909

    semperfi909 Well-Known Member

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    Lucio Sosta had Perazzi pads He's at Wood River International
     
  6. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Contact Perazzi in azuza CA. They have the same pad although likely a bit softer. Teh new pad has a somewhat tougher exterior and a softer liquid like interior. they grind to fit much like Kickeeze and continue the look that you like. Itstallation requires a tad of ingenuity. If you are good, you can figure it out. If not get a pro to do the grind. I did my own and it came out good, but the screw holes needed a bit of fiddling. I bought 6 from them some months back and still have 4. I bought 2 of the thin pads and they are certainly the softest .6 pad I have ever seen. The .8 is just great and the 1" will absorb well. They all will work bette than a Kickeez. I have mounted a lot of Kickeeze and prefer the Perazzi.
     
  7. Trapshooter

    Trapshooter Well-Known Member

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    Perazzi pad is so compy.
     
  8. ramorton

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    What is compy?
     
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  9. o-hale

    o-hale Well-Known Member

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    I would venture to say "comfortable".
     
  10. Tron

    Tron Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    Maybe more "competitive?" Not sure.
     
  11. ramorton

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    He probably meant comphy