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I'm looking for a cheek pad for my rifle. Not so much for the re-coil but to bring my eye up a little.  Been looking online but everything has mixed reviews. Anyone use one?
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I am using a BALS bag from SKD tactical now and love it
 
Here is a good thread on it


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I had the same problem... And justifing the price of them. I ended up cutting a mouse pad into strips and gluing them to my rifle stock. It works for both raising my eye line and for recoil mitigation.
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If you are looking for a very good cheek piece,go to sniper hide sight & check out the Karsten cheeck piece that was reviewed 9/12/07.
 
I have them on 3 rifles.They are very flexable,easy to set up & very reasonable.
 
If I broke any advertising SWFA rules I do apologize,I just wasn't quite sure about cheek welds!Couldn't find any info on fixed cheekpads!
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