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WTB a Wedge to go under a recoil pad to change the

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by warbux, Dec 28, 2011.

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  1. warbux

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    Brownells has what your looking for. Max
     
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    Kick-eez makes 2 different sizes.
     
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    Another plug for Brownells
     
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    I went on the internet and searched adustable butt plates with pitch adj. and got about 5 sources.
     
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    Brownells is the best. Call & ask for tech support. Use the cheapest 1st class shipping & it will be about $6. Might consider 2-3 diff sizes to find the one for you.
     
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    Before you go out and buy/order something, decide on much pitch you need/want. You can loosen your pad and insert several washer spacers or like I did, go to Home Depot and get several shims/wedges used for setting door frames.
    Most are 1/8" - 1/4" thick. You can glue 2 together if you need more. You can then fit them yourself under your pad. If you do a good enough job, you can the color the wood with a Magic Marker & it will hardly be noticed. The real ones cost about $6-8 each, so you can save a little by experimenting first. Butch from Pgh
     
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    When I needed one I made it out of a piece of white plastic. Took a bit of time but it is just what I needed. Paul in Nebraska.
     
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