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    I put a recoil pad on my Lage stock

    The plastic Lage stock has molded teeth that are not pleasant while shooting. I had a nice thin pachmayr laying around and fitted it. Feels awesome. I may go ahead and grind it to the butt profile but left it long for now. I want to add some neoprene for a cheek pad next if I can find some die cut piece or something that will look clean.




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    Nice- well done!
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    Pro-tip: to grind to fit, put it in the freezer overnight then take it to the belt sander.


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    Bold move there with the table saw.

    Came out very nice.

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    I'm all for modding for what works for you. Well done.

    P.s. I'd for sure grind off the excess pad.
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    How did you attach it?

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    I used standard reoil pad screws, course wood screws...
    I used a disc sander with 80 grit pad not a table saw. Part 2 below: cheek riser




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    I'm guessing you don't have a beard. I could imagine those screw heads plucking a few hairs from the chinny-chin-chin.

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