Thread: Cut Recoil Pad
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Old June 2, 2013, 06:51 AM   #2
BigD_in_FL
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Before you go cutting your stock (or having it done by a pro), it might be of benefit to visit an actual stock fitter and get measured. There is more to correct stock fit than LOP - there is cast, drop at heel, drop at comb, toe in or out, pitch, even the thickness of the comb to consider. There are specific tools to accomplish this and it takes someone else to measure you to get the correct numbers. You may only need a little off the back, or you might need something else - possibly something that a fully adjustable system on the back might solve
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