Just finished another 10/22 build. This latest incarnation is for Steel Challange and uses a Glacier Ridge stock. I love the stock ... but I need a cheek pad to get a consistent sight picture in the reddot.
Looking around my basement workshop I noticed some scraps of black closed cell foam pipe insulation. Home improvement stores (Home Depot, Lowes, etc.) sell it in 4 foot lengths and in various diameters and foam thicknesses.
I cut the foam to length using a sharp pair of shears and attached it to the stock using double sided tape (3M77 spray adhesive may also work).
I went with a mousepad and surgical tape (McNett makes colored ones, white would get dirty). The mousepad can be stacked for more height and can be repositioned since surgical tape only sticks to itself and can be reused over and over again.
It's of course no where near as nice as what Ricekila has done
This one I made from a piece of walnut I picked from the rems that looked like a good match to the factory wood. It is not adjustable. I whittled on it till it fit perfectly. It is not permanently attached. I can remove it easily and leave no trace that it was ever there if need be. However, in the long run I plan to redo it better and permanently-blended and the whole thing refinished as one.
Rifle named ‘Cheekbone’ for the diy cheek rest that is molded to fit the cheekbone.