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Do any of you guys know if their products can be purchased from a U.S.A. dealers? Have any of you guys used them? Maybe there is a similar product that I'm not aware of here stateside that you have tried.

I think I can correct a slight shooting problem buy installing their ISIS Contoured Comb Raisers. Appears to be a simple fix. Appears to be adheasive back type of installation. 2mm,4mm and 6mm ranges are availiable. I'm sure I could make a makeshift stylus of these thicknesses and pin point which one I need. I need to raise up ever so slightly.

Your help and opinions are greatly appreciated.
 

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If you want recoil reduction, get a Precision Fit Stock. It has all the adjustments you'll ever need in your lifetime.
 

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Great answer Zinger, he did not ask about a PFS. He probably just wants to change the comb hight not make his gun a frankengun.
 

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Thanks Cheet, I'll give Able a call. I've never had the oppertunity to deal with them yet but, have seen them around forever. Thank you.

All I'm looking to do is slightly raise my comb and the ISIS Contoured Comb Raiser looks to be what and all I need. Appears to be able to install cleanly and not make my gun look like a piece of junk. Just want someone in US to deal with so that we can talk dimensioning vs. dealing with England abroad in different time zone and greater margin for errors.
 

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Ever tried Dr Scholls moleskin? Cut multiple thin strips and build them up on the comb to get the height you want and then cover those with a wider strip to hold it all together. The moleskin has a self-adhesive peel and stick backing and works quite well. When you get it right you can measure the thickness for your permanent ISIS pad. I won the 1974 FL Doubles Championship using moleskin on an 1100 in a howling wind. That was before adjustable combs. Wasn't pretty but did the job!

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