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Thread: Pachmayr recoil pads, SC100 and 752B

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    Pachmayr recoil pads, SC100 and 752B

    Could someone please describe for me the differences between these two ?

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    Different product code

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    The 752 is thinner and a grind to fit model

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    The sc100 is 1" multi layer and not grind to fit

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    They are both grind to fit, and they are both available in different sizes, thicknesses and colours. The SC100 has a hard rubber insert at the top (heel) to reduce snagging on clothing as you mount the gun (SC = Sporting Clays), the 752B does not. The body of the SC100 is made from Decelerator rubber which is softer than the standard rubber for increased recoil absorption. The 752B is made from slightly harder rubber, but the D752B is made from decelerator rubber just like the SC100.

    I have fitted and used several Pachmayr pads, they are excellent. I recommend getting the Decelerator version if you're trying to reduce recoil and not just lengthen the stock etc. I have not used an SC100 - but I'm told that you have to be careful when leaning a gun so equipped upright, because the hard rubber section has a tendency to slide on polished surfaces and dump your gun on the floor. '

    Hope this helps.
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    Thanks Paul, just the information I was after.

 

 

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