Beartooth™ Comb Raising Kits
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- Increase shooting comfort and accuracy
- Non-adhesive installation
- StockGuard Smoothskin
- 2.33 mm rubber-backed neoprene padding
- Five cheek pad sizes (1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8")
The Beartooth™ Comb Raising Kits are easy ways to increase your shooting comfort and accuracy without resorting to expensive gunsmithing. Precision padding system installs easily on any straight-stocked rifle or shotgun—no adhesives needed. This affordable ''cheek riser'' promotes proper eye alignment with your scope or bore sight. The padding also reduces recoil to your cheek. StockGuard Smoothskin that won't slip, slide, or stretch out—constructed of heavy-duty 2.3 mm rubber-backed neoprene that can stretch to install and fit to most stocks. Stack to create any comb height with the five sizes of cheek pads included (1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8"). Comb size: 9” long, 10” circumference at butt, and 3.75” towards the fore end. Made in USA.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5 out of 5 Excellent Product
After researching online for a comb raising kit, I found this one at a very reasonable price and the camo pattern that matched my gun. Order was easy and shipping was about 4 days. The instructions were clear and I installed the kit in about 10 minutes, including reading the instructions. This kit will raise the comb from 1/4 inch to almost 1 1/2 inches if needed. I tried the shotgun the next day, to pattern for turkey season and it was a perfect fit and it reduced the felt recoil as my cheek now has proper stock weld with a holographic sight installed on the shotgun. Thanks for a great product and a great price. I installed it on a Benelli nova, youth model 20ga. Using Hevi-shot Hevi13 #6 shot, it is a turkey killer. I have shot 2 so far with it, one at 12 yards and 1 at 42 yards.
May 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ogles824 Awsome product
I was having a problem with my new 870 Remington actually hitting anyting. I bought it for duck season and was missing like crazy. I took it to the sporting clays range and was hitting less that 50% of the clays. After working with it a while and seeing no improvement, I finally determined that when I shouldered the shotgun to shoot my right eye was looking down the right hand side of the barrel (right handed shooter) not at the rib rail and bead. I was able to correct this problem with this kit using the 1/4" thick pad. We took it to the range this past weekend and I was hitting over 90% of the clays.
All mass produced shotguns are made pretty much "one size fits all", unfortunately we aren't all built the same. In short the biggest problem with the shotgun was that it did not fit me, now it does.I feel that if you are having any sort of shooting problem with your shotgun this product would be a definate good start at getting things better.
April 6, 2009
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