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Old 11-19-2012, 04:21 PM   #1
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Default Tactical Operations Ammo Cheek Pad from Tactical Works, Inc.

I just wanted to get word out about a great product for a rifle. I recently purchased the Tactical Operations Ammo cheek pad/stock pack from Tactical Works, Inc. and am thrilled with how fast I received it. I ordered it on a Thursday with standard shipping. It was on my door step Saturday afternoon. It comes with a lifetime warranty. I'm looking forward to getting some range time in to see how it functions at the range and on a deer hunt.

Here is a link to the Tactical Works, Inc. webpage for the cheek pad/stock pack. It comes in several color options and in both right and left hand shooter configurations.

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Old 11-19-2012, 05:07 PM   #2
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Has anyone used this product or something similar?

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I've seen a couple of variants of these used by members of the club I shoot with from time to time. These seem to work well for the folks using them and seem near the same as yours.

http://www.triadtactical.com/All-Triad-Stock-Packs/

My rifle stocks have KMW loggerhead adjustable cheek welds.

http://kmwlrs.com/LoggerHead%20ACP.htm

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Nice cheek welds.

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Here is a picture of my cheek pad/stock pack installed on my rifle.

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Lookin' good.

Do they make those foam inserts for it to heighten the comb?

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I haven't seen any on their site. I don't need it as my sight alignment is spot on when I shoulder the rifle. I know you can get some on the website you posted earlier.

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After shouldering the rifle last night, I've had to adjust the cheek pad forward about an inch to get it right were I want it. I'm looking forward to getting some range time in with it.

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