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Old July 2, 2008, 12:13 AM   #2
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Since the softer rubber moves when you try to cut it and the hard rubber backing plate actually cuts, this is entirely normal. Use packing tape to protect the stock of the gun (it is hard to cut and will show scuffs if you get too close with the sandpaper). Use 60 to 100 grit until the pad is cut down to the size you want it to be, then finish sand the backing plate with 150 grit to remove marks.
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