Which cheek weld riser pads do you like?

Bigeclipse

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I have a Bradly creek pad on one of my rifles which I needed higher eye relief and it is REALLY nice but also REALLY expensive (120$). I have a few other rifles which need a bit higher eye relief as well but don't want to break the bank on those since I do not use them too much. Any thoughts? I do not wish to drill these stocks so looking more for something which does not require alteration to the current stock. Thanks!
 
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LVJ76

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I just got some from Bearthooth Products, I saw them recommended here on another thread. I got their: Comb Raising Kit 2.0.

You can adjust the foam inserts to the right size. I set mine a bit towards the left side of the stock so my cheek lands right on it. I can send you a picture tonight when I get home


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scuba steve

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I use pig pads from skd tactical. They don't provide a lot of height but it has been enough for me. They also have a pouch for ammo and a slot for range card.
 

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Can’t you just move your Bradley from one rifle to another?
 

Tiny Tim

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Another vote for the Triad Tactical. Easily adjustable and warmer on the face in cold temps than ones with hard plastic surfaces.
 

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I have a Bradly creek pad on one of my rifles which I needed higher eye relief and it is REALLY nice but also REALLY expensive (120$). I have a few other rifles which need a bit higher eye relief as well but don't want to break the bank on those since I do not use them too much. Any thoughts? I do not wish to drill these stocks so looking more for something which does not require alteration to the current stock. Thanks!
I like the Beartooth neoprene
 

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