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Old 12-15-2018, 02:04 PM
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Hey guys, just bought a Victor Titan for my Kidd 10/22 and it's nearly perfect... except I'd love to add about 1" to 1 1/4" to the length of pull because I have gortilla arms.

I noticed the rear seems to be built to take spacers, but Victor doesn't make any right now. Any ideas?

I have access to a machince shop and CNC machine, it'd be reasonable to make the spacers out of scrap aluminum, especially if anyone know of drawings or dimensions for the rear of the butt-stock.

Has anyone else tried to pull this off? Any other ideas?
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Old 12-15-2018, 03:41 PM
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Is the stock side of the pad flat or keyed to the stock?? I cannot imagine it being keyed but I dont have one. If it's flat I wouldn't even fool with writing a program to cut one from aluminum. Use black delrin or nylon. Rough it close with a band saw and grind to fit with a drum sander.
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Old 12-17-2018, 11:03 AM
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Id be interested in what you can come up with
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So basically it looks like it's almost straightforward. The back is keyed, small .2 inch step with two screw holes. That should be easy to mill... except none of the lines are straight. I might be able to take a head on picture and use that to sketch it approximately right in CAD. It would be awesome if Victor made these spacers, or at least had a sketch that I could use to make my own.

Desert J, I'll keep posting progress to this thread. There may be a little downtime as I'm heading back to California to see family for the holidays, but as soon as I'm back in AZ I'll try to get a prototype turned out at the shop.
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Your best bet may be to fill the back of the stock and sand flat, make a spacer and use a conventional pad. No sense trying to reinvent the wheel.
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Titan info

Member azguy probably has all the dimensions you need for your project,

http://www.sonorangunstocks.com/Products-Services.html
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Apologies for my extended delay, work caught up with me and a lot of projects fell by the wayside. I've got a few 3d printed mock ups, I think I should have the final dimensions available soon.
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After a few failed prints and test fits, I've got two versions of the spacer that you can make. Check out the 3d file below!

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3568465
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