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Recommendation on Recoil Reducer Needed

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Ray Collins, Jun 18, 2010.

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  1. Ray Collins

    Ray Collins Active Member

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    I am going to have a recoil reducer unit with adjustable LOP etc. installed on my new 682E. The ones I am considering are:

    Bumpbuster,
    Gracoil and
    R.A.D.

    Does any one have experience with them and a recomendation? Any input will be welcomed.

    Ray
     
  2. Smok'n Joe

    Smok'n Joe Active Member

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    I bought my TM1 with a fully adjustable R.A.D. already installed...LUV IT!

    More expensive, but a lot better than the Gra-Coil or Counter Coil.

    Smok'n Joe
     
  3. chipking

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    Bumpbuster is superior to the Gracoil in every way. I've never had a RAD unit but I have used most of the rest and the BumpBuster and Ken Rucker get my vote.

    --- Chip King ---
     
  4. Ray Collins

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    Perazzi-nut,
    Does the pad have all the three way adjustments? That is a good deal and I want it but why are you selling it? Were you disappointed?

    Ray

    Thanks Chip and Joe..
     
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    I would recommend the Bump buster or the RAD. Tron did a great job installing the RAD for me. I chose the RAD over the Bum buster, because you can adjust the LOP very easily. Billy
     
  6. Ray Collins

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    Thanks guys; the more data the better...

    Ray
     
  7. ABH

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    I am considering putting one of Bill's Custom Recoil Reducers on one of my guns.This is basically like a Clyde Slide.For $450.00 you get a 4 way adjustable comb and a 6 way adjustable recoil pad.Return shipping included!Has anyone out there had any experience with Bill and his product?


    ART H.
     
  8. Ray Collins

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    Hey Art,
    How about starting another thread on the Clyde Slide and Bob's unit; I researched the field and picked these three and am trying to get closure. I want to make a decision and send money Monday morning. No offense-- OK??

    Ray
     
  9. ABH

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    Hey Ray,

    I hope you pick the right unit for yourself.Good luck with your closure.OK??

    ART HARDWICK.
     
  10. Ray Collins

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    Hi Art,

    Good luck with Bill's Custom Recoil reducer--let's compare our experience after we use our picks for a while. If we live close enough we can try each other's selection and shoot a few targets??!

    Ray
     
  11. j2jake

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    How about the PFS? Leave your original stock uncut for resale later. Jake
     
  12. Ray Collins

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    Thanks Jake, I looked at the PFS but $1300 is a little pricey. I am a beginner and purchased the 682 as a reward for winning the singles at our state shoot and HAA after both of my 1100's broke. I try and "earn" my way into my hobby equipement upgrades...

    Ray
     
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