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Old 04-15-2009, 08:31 PM
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how much work stockade

how much work do you have to do to a money saver stockade is it just fitting the recoil pad, sand and paint or is there a lot to do in the bedding i think would be much happier with a stock ade paire dog than a choate with not to much more money

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Old 04-15-2009, 09:04 PM
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how much work do you have to do to a money saver stockade is it just fitting the recoil pad, sand and paint or is there a lot to do in the bedding i think would be much happier with a stock ade paire dog than a choate with not to much more money

thanks chad
It comes with the recoil pad fitted. You'll need to take a little bondo or epoxy and fill the seams, sand, paint, and bed.

I had mine ready to paint in a couple hours. It would have been about half that time but the edge of my barrel channel wasn't quite as straight as I wanted. So, I added some bondo and got it perfect.

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