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Which recoil reducer do I install, gracoil or bump

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Ryanthelion46, May 19, 2013.

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  1. Ryanthelion46

    Ryanthelion46 Member

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    Looking to install a recoil reducer on my Blaser f3 12ga. I currently have a 1 1/8th kickeez double impact, and want to have the same weight when its done, meaning after they cut the wood and put a smaller pad on.

    Dont understand why a soft touch costs a grand, the RAD is too heavy, so Gracoil or Bump Buster, and why? Also dont want sliding of my face.

    Thanks

    RyantheLion
     
  2. K.80

    K.80 TS Member

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    Gracoil and bumpbuster slide on your face. Also both add weight. The isis don't add weight but slides on face. G squared is light and gun moves under the comb.
     
  3. skeet_man

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    If you want the weight to be the same after the install, you have VERY few options. Mainly ISIS and GSquared.
     
  4. Ryanthelion46

    Ryanthelion46 Member

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    Thanks Skeetman and K80. I want to make the right decision. Ill look into the isis
     
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    You can go with a Clyde slide. A lot of people at my club use them actually one installs them. Shot a xt with one adds some weight though but doesn't slide on your face. He might be able to make it lighter don't know. I could ask next Sunday.
     
  6. bigeoj

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    Check out Air-Tec stocks. Not quite as expensive as G Squared and the website states weight of stock is virtually unchanged. Hope this helps, Joe
     
  7. Austin day

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    Look at the stock locks the whole recoil reduction part is put into the stock.
     
  8. Ryanthelion46

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    Thanks Gents. I want it to be all black, so I think Im going with the bump buster.
     
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