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Butt cuff style ammo carrier with raised comb?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by DJJ, Jan 27, 2003.

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  1. DJJ

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    My scope's too high (evidently Talley has its own definition of "low" rings). Is there such a thing as a stock-mounted ammo carrier that also has a thick area at the top to make the comb higher? Or will I just have to slip a piece of mouse pad under a conventional butt cuff?



    No reason for these, other than I like them.

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  3. D.W. Drang

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    I made one myself, once. Took the regular el-cheapo elastic butt cuff and cut up an old ensolite foam mattress I wasn't using anymore. It took several tries to cut pieces the right size, but like I said, I wan't using the pad anymore, just having discovered camptrail self-inflating mattrsses...
     
  4. DJJ

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    That's what it looks like I'll have to do. No reason it shouldn't work.
     
  5. D.W. Drang

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    It worked pretty well, actually, aside from the fact that the scope turned out to be such a low mount that I didn't need it. :rolleyes: One reason it worked was that ensolite is pretty thin--quarter inch or so--so I had a lot of leeway in how high I could build up the home-made comb. Since it's also a closed cell foam (i.e. not "squishy") it was also very consistent.
     
  6. VaughnT

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    Blackhawk offers what you're looking for. I believe the pad is adjustable for height by shimming. Even if not, there are shim kits available from Brownells or Walmart/hunting stores as this is a common requirement for shooters. Of course, you might not need to shim the pad if the pad is thick enough, which it looks to be. Has a tire-tread look to it that's sure to leave an interesting print on the side of your face:D
     
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