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Stock insert recoil reducer

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by GGPOST, Mar 20, 2011.

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  1. GGPOST

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    Looking for a stock insert recoil reducer. Not sure if this will be the cure all for my spouse, but I'd like to give it a try. It's for a BT99 Thanks
     
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    Do you mean a recoil reducer you place in the stock by drilling an extra hole?
     
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    Do they not fit into the hole in the stock for the mounting bolt?
     
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    I had a 6 0z mercury recoil reducer that I inserted in the opening for the stock bolt that was better than nothing but still ended up with the slick slide. FWIW. JM
     
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    Generally they drill an extra hole and insert the reducer. You can buy a reducer that has a hole through the reducer so that you can get at the stock bolt if needed.
     
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    Gary,Call Frank O'Brian @ C&H Research 1-888-324-5445 and tell Him the DEPTH & Diam. Of The Bolthole From The End Of Wood On Stock To The Stock Bolt And He Will Tell You The Recoil Reducer You Need & He Will ship it to You.Honest Man & Great to business with. Joe Whitehurst
     
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    Might tell him what kind of gun,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,some of them replace the stock nut...................GOOD LUCK
     
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    Thank you gentlemen, I will do so later this morning.
     
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