I've got a scoped .22 that I can't get a decent cheek-weld on. It takes a chin-weld to see through the center of the scope. I bought some foam weatherstripping tape from the hardware store. Works, sorta, but it's too squishy.
How can I build up the stock so that I can get a decent cheek weld? Cheap is good. Tape or adhesives are fine. Modifying the stock is not. It doesn't have to look pretty.
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March 28, 2008, 12:26 AM
Be glad to help out but first what kind of stock do you have? Wood or synthetic?
March 28, 2008, 01:09 AM
Maybe lower rings would be better...
Cabelas sells a leather lace on comb riser. It will get you about an inch and is padded.