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Don't know if I've posting this in the right topic or not.  Does anyone have any experience with either the Limbsaver or Decelerator recoil pads?  Or, a recommendation for another brand.  For my interest, the recoil reduction properties are going to be secondary to the added length.  Thanks in advance.
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Limbsaver by a nose....I have several, and the recoil reduction over traditional stock pads is definitely noticeable.
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martin3175 - Thanks for your response.  Think I'll give the limbsaver a try.
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tennessaen,

is it a  wood stock your putting it on or a synthtick?(sp)

 

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It's a laminated wood stock.  A Savage 12BVSS.

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Tennessean -

I just went through a similar exercise and went with Limbsaver.  I don't think you should worry too much about the added length.  If you are, considering getting the Limbsaver shoulder "vest." 

They certainly work well.  I put one on my 30-.06 and am quite pleased with the results.

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Personally I tend to prefer the Kick eez recoil pads. All three are good pads and should serve you well.

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