Protect Shoulders From The Heaviest Recoil; Easily Ground For Proper Kit
Get a significant reduction in felt recoil, and a non-slip surface that keeps the gun butt in place on your shoulder. Long the industry standard, Pachmayr pads use specially designed internal ribbing to gradually absorb the kick and protect your shoulder. A variety of faces, chosen to match the application, make certain your gun will mount easily and hold tightly. Screw hole spacings and the taper of the pad’s toe vary with pad size to allow proper fitting to a wide variety of gun stocks. High grade rubber grinds/sands to shape easily for a professional fit. Flat face with “downward slanting” horizontal grooves comes to shoulder easily without drag.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:405
Increase Shooting Comfort & Length-Of-Pull
No permanent alterations necessary to your M4 or Tapco T6 collapsible stock to add increased shooting comfort, lower felt recoil, plus an additional 1⁄2" to the length-of-pull. Rubber pad slips easily over the plastic buttplate; held in position by rubber tabs and a friction collar. Won’t shoot loose, stays put until it’s removed. Great accessory for competitive shooters; raised, non-slip surface helps keep your rifle or shotgun on-shoulder during long shooting strings or moving courses of fire.
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Put A Hydraulic Shock Absorber Between Recoil & Your Shoulder
Easy-to-install, precision machined, hydraulic unit can improve the comfort of any rifle or shotgun without huge increases in weight or changes in gun's natural balance. Uses smooth, quiet, hydraulic shock absorber action to counteract and soften up to 52% of the actual recoil force. Helps improve accuracy because the shooter can maintain concentration on the target and not on painful recoil. Hydraulic dampening effect is quickly adjustable to match both the needs of the shooter and the recoil of the gun.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:408