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WTB: Seehaas Recoil Pad

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Dave P, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. Dave P

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    Not sure Seehaas is spelled correctly. Hasn't been made for awhile but I'm still shopping for LNIB one.
     
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    Dave,

    Jack Seehase, of Winter Park Florida, was a friend of mine. He passed away in 1996. To the best of my knowledge, any pads he might have had in stock at the time were purchased by a local gunsmith in Orlando. Jack was a prolific inventor and held a bunch of patents on seat belt buckles and other safety related items.

    He was known if the shooting world for his "Dynamically Balanced Barrels" and his barrel columnator known as PEEPS. I still have a set! I had a couple of barrels he did for me and they did shoot well.

    Finding one of his original pads would be like finding a Unicorn, we know what they look like but don't know where to find one or even begin looking!

    Good luck,

    Bob Schultz
     
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    Found one!