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Old 09-19-2019, 10:03 AM
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Being a bit old school I really like my walnut and hardwood stocks but am realizing the advantages of the tactical stocks with the raided buttstock.

I'm considering buying a padded cheek riser to attach to my wood stocks when shooting with a higher powered, larger aperture scope but am wondering how those pads affect eye alignment horizontally.

Any input and/ or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

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Old 09-19-2019, 12:19 PM
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These are inexpensive, stay in place, and are adjustable with the included different thickness inserts. They are basically wet suit type material.
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Old 09-19-2019, 01:36 PM
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https://www.beartooth-products.com/

These are inexpensive, stay in place, and are adjustable with the included different thickness inserts. They are basically wet suit type material.
+1 on this! They work very well and donít damage your wood stock.
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I made one using 1/8th inch Kydex. It's stuck on with a few dabs of RTV. Not exactly quick change but not hard to remove without damaging anything.
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https://www.beartooth-products.com/

These are inexpensive, stay in place, and are adjustable with the included different thickness inserts. They are basically wet suit type material.
Thank you. I'll give this a try.
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if you're truly old school, you'll be looking for a leather lace on riser
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The Beartooth product works quite well. I would recommend applying strips of 3M clear double-sided tape to the stock comb underneath the foam pad to prevent it from shifting out of position.
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God A Grip sorbothane cheek pads are my go-to cheek risers.

Looks and feels good.

They have different sizes and heights.

Not a big fan of BearTooth because they tend to move.
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God A Grip sorbothane cheek pads are my go-to cheek risers.

Looks and feels good.

They have different sizes and heights.

Not a big fan of BearTooth because they tend to move.

Which model would you suggest for a 10/22?
Thanks.
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Old 09-21-2019, 09:02 PM
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This is what I use on a couple 10/22's. They come in a few different colours. They are made by VISM and sell on eBay for around $10.
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Old 09-21-2019, 11:48 PM
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Which model would you suggest for a 10/22?
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I personally use the SopMod model.

The heights/dimensions are indicated, so it may differ for you depending on your rifle's set-up.
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