Bolt-on Kydex cheek riser

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  • 40Arpent

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    Looking for advice, as I need one for one of my rimfire rifles. Is any one brand better than the other? Got any specific recommendations? I noticed one mfr had two different sizes, one for stocks that are thin, and one for thicker stocks. I liked that option, as this stock is relatively small.

    Price is not a factor.

    Thanks,
    Pete
     

    Dawico

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    I like the one Savage uses on their LRH rifles. Works very well with almost unlimited adjustability. They don't make it though but I am not sure who does.
     

    Dawico

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    Check out their B model also. That might be more to your liking. Click the link above and scroll to the bottom.

    Flush fit without the big knobs.
     
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    Temple
    Looking for advice, as I need one for one of my rimfire rifles. Is any one brand better than the other? Got any specific recommendations? I noticed one mfr had two different sizes, one for stocks that are thin, and one for thicker stocks. I liked that option, as this stock is relatively small.

    Price is not a factor.

    Thanks,
    Pete

    Dude look at the Bradley check weld. I have the B24 on my long range 308. http://www.bradleycheekrest.com


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    I looked at the ones you drill threw but I love the Bradley because I can switch rifles with no holes

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    40Arpent

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    Thanks, but as i stated, I am looking specifically for the bolt-on type.

    Dawico, I've seen that brand mentioned, and highly praised, a few times on other forums. So, I'll probably go that route. Thanks much!
     
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