made a cheek riser for a crappy savage stock!

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  1. d2the3

    d2the3
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    I had a little time on my hands and some kydex laying around, so I decided to tackle it.....and it turned out a lot better than I had expected. with a little trial and error I got it to look and fit the way I had hoped. less than a dollar in hardware and a scrap of kydex= a problem solved!
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  2. Tim K

    Tim K
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    Looks good. I did the same thing a few times. I used slots so it was adjustable, but other than that, the same. Can you remove the bolt without removing the cheek piece?

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  3. Bigfoot

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    That'll work.

    Are they bolted on both sides? I'm wondering if they have any "give" during recoil?

    I was thinking about gluing on some sort of rubber, just hard enough to retain it's shape.
     
  4. Tim K

    Tim K
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    Mine are bolted through the stock. There is no give.

    One cool aspect of theses is the ability to heat them up and mash them over (to the right for a righty) to get your eye more directly behind the scope. Centering your head better also reduces side forces on the stock leading to better accuracy.
     
  5. Bigfoot

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    Thanks

    Looks like you can also slope em towards the front Weatherby style.
     
  6. d2the3

    d2the3
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    mine has a bolt running all the way through, and its pretty darn solid. was thinking about making it adjustable, but this was easier and I don't really need it to adjust ( I don't care if my gun doesn't fit you!;))
     

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