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Does anyone have an opinion, pro or con, about the Rad IIa recoil device? Appreciate any thoughts. Thanks ahead of time. Stu
 

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Have one on my Beretta 682. I love it. Easy to adjust LOP as well as the recoil dampening. Pad adjusts vertically as well as horizontally. It does make the gun more butt stock heavy but I have found the added weight only adds to the recoil reduction. Good reliable system. I am sure the PFS is better but the price for a PFS is more than double and the RAD IIa works as advertised.


I also have a Gracoil on my backup gun a Browning BT99. It works great as well however I prefer the RAD.

RAD IIa on right. Gracoil w/adjustable LOP on left.


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Gary,

Not true of the RAD II though. It does not change the recoil stroke when making dampening adjustments.
 

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Not true of my Bump-Buster either. And it has the shortest stroke of any recoil reduction system available.

Ken Rucker..Speedbump Stockworks
 

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I recommend the soft touch system..the comb doesnt slide on your face. I have one for 8-9 years now...its a proven winner.
 

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Stock Adjuster (Add-a-Rib) makes a recoil system the also moves the comb with the pad. I do not have one, but the price is certainly right. < $300. Mike
 

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It isn't hydraulic, spring operated from 14- 94 lbs. On sale for $250 plus shipping. Its called the CIRIS system. Thank you Joe 631 319 6959
 
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