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Thinnest butt pad for PFS

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by pakk, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. pakk

    pakk Member

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    I'm looking to reduce the LOP by as much as I can on a gun equipped with a PFS. It is a BT99 if it matters. Being that it is a PFS, I don't need it to be the most shock absorbing pad. I have found a handful of 1/2" pads. Is there anything out there thinner?
     
  2. Pull & Mark

    Pull & Mark Well-Known Member

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    pakk, If you can't find the adj. screw/bolt that lets you change the lenth of pull, then contact Vern Brown himself so he can advise you how to do so. You don't have to change pads!!! You should have him send you all the directions and maybe all the different tools/parts kit/weights, misc needed to adj. this stock as well. Good Luck!!! His # is (719) 547-4432 phone/fax. Cell # (7l9) 250-7727. break em all Jeff
     
  3. pakk

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    It is at it's shortest position. I'd like to make it shorter.
     
  4. Bridger

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    It still might be worth a call to Vern. It seems to me I've read that he is able to modify the PFS to a shorter lop
     
  5. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    The Beretta Micro-Core pad is 4/10 of an inch.
     
  6. short shucker

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    Just install a butt plate from another gun like a rifle. No need for a pad when you just need to increase the contact area. I think one of those checkered wood ones from a nicer field gun would be ideal. You may need to grind a piece of aluminum the same size as the pad to provide additional support if there is a lot of overhang. I should think you could get it under 1/4" thickness pretty easy.

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