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Recoil Pads

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by coveybuster, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. coveybuster

    coveybuster Member

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    I like the Pachmayr XLT. Takes the bite out of my BT.
     
  2. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    The Gooey Pads are probably the softest. The Kick EEZ would be right behind them and what I use. I had the rotator cuff done and later the whole joint replaced. Kick EEZ worked for me. I might add I also went with the Rad II recoil system. I can shoot all day with no pain.
     
  3. JLYON

    JLYON Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    get the SUPPER GOOEY PAD
     
  4. 1Dirt15

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    I have a Gra-Coil. You can really get comfortable shooting with one of those.
    Last week I shot 4 rounds of doubles & 1 single in a couple hours.
     
  5. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Nothing even comes close to a Gooey pad. Pachmary XLT would be a DISTANT second, and the latest generation of Kickeez pads I've fit have been hard as a rock.
     
  6. mjsweims

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    I never had rotator cuff surgery on my right shoulder, but I did have a total replacement. I have found that as long as my mount is right I have no trouble shooting even with hard butt pads and 250 round days. I did wait about 6 weeks before starting to shoot again, and then I got back into it gradually.
    Had two rotator cuff surgeries on my left arm so I know what you're going through. Start gradually and as soon as you feel pain back off.
    Jack
     
  7. Indyrun

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    Bite the bullet and have Phil Simms build you a ProSoft stock. You won't regret it.

    http://www.prosoftrecoil.com