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Old November 8, 1999, 01:15 PM   #1
Bennett Richards
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Has anyone out there tried Pachmayr "Pac-Skin"? It is a rubber stick-on non-slip surface that will give a stock cheek-piece or
any surface the same type of non-slip cushioned feel of a Pachmayr or Hogue grip..
Quite inexpensive ($10.00 ) and probably worth a try...
Anyone?

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Old November 8, 1999, 03:26 PM   #2
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I tried the stuff on a Ruger 10/22T because the stock was too smooth for me. The Pac-skin was a little too thick for my taste. I could feel the edges when I grasped the rifle, especially the pistol grip area. The actual surface is pretty nice and they stick really well - just a bit too thick in my opinion.

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Old November 8, 1999, 06:57 PM   #3
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I have the PacSkin cheekpiece installed on my Bushmaster Shorty carbine. I love it. I only shoot scoped, and it's pretty comfortable for scoped use.

I bought a kit to put on my Rem. Varmint Synthetic. Wouldn't stick to that HS stock.

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