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Unread 06-12-2012, 09:37 AM
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Re: Add on cheek riser?

I put a knee pad on then went over it with a velcro universal knee brace. It's movable, and provides a pocket for my range cards.

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    Roy, if you don't mind me asking, where in Idaho? I'm gunna feel bad if I drove by and never looked you up....very nice by the way, scenery,gun and I'm guessin the gun was used to collect its own cheek piece?
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    Your kidding right? I used to haul taters outa Blackfoot....didn't pass you last week but was close...I will put you on my list of nw contacts with Jeff...
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    Yup! Ol' Dirty Foot Ideehoe...... Spuds and shooters is all we gots.

    Give me a holler and a little warning and we'll thump some LR rocks or somethin'.

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    Your kidding right? I used to haul taters outa Blackfoot....didn't pass you last week but was close...I will put you on my list of nw contacts with Jeff...
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    Yup! Ol' Dirty Foot Ideehoe...... Spuds and shooters is all we gots.

    Give me a holler and a little warning and we'll thump some LR rocks or somethin'.
    Will do...I'm.workin on makin my top bunk in my semi a gun safe so I can tote my wsm and my 17hmr with me....
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    Re: Add on cheek riser?

    Eagle stock pack.Can shim under if needed,I did not.Holds range card,mildot master and a few shells if you want
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    Re: Add on cheek riser?

    Joe Ducos (stockdoc) over on the snipershide forums will install KMW hardware for around $175.

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