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Recoil pad installation

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by RAScott, Aug 4, 2009.

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  1. RAScott

    RAScott Member

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    where are you located?
     
  2. HSLDS

    HSLDS Well-Known Member

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    You might try Joe Goldberg.

    He comes on here as 'gunfitter'

    His e-mail is gunfit@aol.com

    cell(s) 609-231-6187 & 1898.

    He lives in South Jersey, but travels at least to Claymont, DE to work on guns...

    David D
     
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    HSLDS Well-Known Member

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    Eastern Shore refers to the eastern side of the Chesapeake Bay - DE, MD, VA encompass this area - God's country for fishing and hunting...
     
  4. Wayne of PA

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    Mark Shimchick at Joel Etchen's is very good.

    Mark Deprez is also excellent. Mark did my Jones’s thru the pad stock adjuster on my new Beretta 687.

    http://www.mdstocks.com/index.html

    Rod from Rod's Custom Stocks will also do recoil pads. He advertises on this site. His address is:

    http://www.rodscustomstocks.com/

    Dale
     
  5. Citori Shooter

    Citori Shooter TS Member

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    Rod's did great work for me.
     
  6. Bushmaster1313

    Bushmaster1313 Well-Known Member

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    Joe Goldberg did a great job on my Remington 31 TC pad:
    The faint line is in the photo not Joe's work.


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  7. Quack Shot

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    If you are looking for a local smith. There are a few to look for. There is a gunsmith on RT 50, east of Cambridge MD. I think they are called Cambridge Gun Repair. There is always Albright's in Easton, but if you want it this year, better try someone else. Frank Parker at the Gander Mountain in Salisbury did some nice work for me a couple of years ago. He got it done within a few days and it was about as good as anyone else has done for me. You could always contact Tron, he does very nice work. It would require shipping the stock. He is at www.tronspace.com.
     
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