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Stick-On Comb Pads - Who Sells Them Here

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by JonP, Mar 24, 2007.

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  1. JonP

    JonP Member

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    There was a guy a while back here at ts.com that was selling Stick-On comb pads - was wondering if someone still does or does anyone know somebody who does?

    Not wanting the "Cheek-Eze" by Kick-Eze.

    Bought one at the Grand from one of the vendors that was smaller and cheaper - looking for one like it.

    Thanks,


    Jon
     
  2. 100release

    100release TS Member

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    gamaliel shooting supply 1800 356 6230 wwwgamaliel.com they have them i recieved by mistake awhile back in my order price tag said 10.00
     
  3. School Teacher

    School Teacher Well-Known Member

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    I have one I bought several years ago from Gamaliel Shooting Supply and installed on an 11/87 NP Sorting Clays. All you do is peel of a cover and apply the pad to the stock. It works and feels well.

    I don’t use this gun much and may want to sell it. Does anybody know how to take a stick on comb pad off? Do you heat it up with a hair dryer?
     
  4. ljunatic

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    Meadow Industries pads at Gamaliel ... come in 1/16th and 1/8th inch thickness.

    Remove using lighter fluid
     
  5. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    They do above
     
  6. bwvan

    bwvan TS Member

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    Go to Wal-Mart crafts section and buy a sheet of pre-adhesived foam. It is durable, good for three to six months of shooting. It stays on well if you clean your stock before applying it, and a good soaking with RemOil will take it right off when you get ready to switch over to another. One sheet is good for 6-8 combs. And the price? $.50
     
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