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Woodson Ent Stock Weight

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by gjmen, Feb 25, 2009.

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  1. gjmen

    gjmen Member

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    Does any one know the weight of the Woodson Ent stock weights? I want a 7/8" diameter weight but how can I figure out the weight per inch? I am thinking of ordering one, but I not sure how long. Also, what are your opinions on the Edwards Recoil reducer? Thanks,
    gjmen
     
  2. rennerize

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    Edwards work well if you have them adjusted just right. For a trouble free no hassles installation try The C&H Mercury recoil reducers. I do sell either one in my shop and website.
    Don
     
  3. gjmen

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    I tried one of these mercury type reducers once in a friends gun, I didnt like the sloshing sound I heard coming from the stock. gjmen
     
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    gjmen,

    I can configure any solid weight you want. I make all weights out of 1018 Cold Roll Steel. If you want one that is 7/8" diameter, I can make length to match weight. I also make them rust resistant. Please contact me.

    Matt Woodson - Woodson Enterprises
    Phone: (270) 804-5454
     
  5. KENENT1

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    to figure the weight of round steel use this formula:

    dia. x dia. x 2.67 / 12 = lbs per inch.

    then multiply by the length, (for 2 1/2 inches use 2.500)



    .875 x .875 x 2.67 = 2.0442187 / 12 = .1703515 x 2.500 = .4258787 lbs

    for a piece 7/8 dia by 2.500 inches long.

    for brass use 2.9 in place of the 2.67.



    hope this helps.


    tony
     
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