Years ago, I was in a bait shop in Savannah, Georgia. One little dark corner of the store had an eclectic selection of firearms accessories hanging about the walls. One often sees Pachmayr slip-on shotgun recoil pads but seldom the smaller rifle version. On an impulse, I purchased the terra cotta colored boot with the thought of increasing the length of pull on my Norinco JW-15 Sporter. Well, it was actually to big and loose, so the recoil pad has rested in the corner of my reloading closet ever since. Until now ...... Excellent fit, this time. In spite of the 40 degree temps and shifting winds, I took the Scout to the range this morning for a workout. I zeroed the Scout's Weaver V-16 scope (Warne rings) at 50 yards using Wolf Match Target. I was rewarded with this nice five shot group: All I have done to the rifle is thoroughly clean it and adjust the trigger spring tension to its lightest setting. A Lyman trigger pull gauge read 4 lbs 5 ozs before and 3 lbs 5 ozs after. I decided to load up my entire bag of five shot CZ magazines and shoot eight groups. Here are those groups: I wasn't sure if my hold was shifting POI or the quartering-in winds were playing with the results. The slip on pad makes a nice stop gap. I don't want to permanently alter the length of pull. My grandchild is only one year old, but I hope to teach her to shoot some day just as I did for her mother and her aunt years ago.