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Recoil Pad

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I have a browning BPS with a slug barrel on it and am thinking about getting a recoil pad for it. Just looking for some advice about which recoil pads out there are good?

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I didn't go the recoil pad option because it changed how my gun rested on my shoulder and my sight line. I have a Mercury recoil reducer into my Benelli. It makes it heavier, but it works well.

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put a sims cut-to fit pad. You might have to bring it to a good gunsmith but thats the way to go. It takes alot of recoil out.

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Check out the HUNTING forum dated 8/19.

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I really enjoy my sims slip on. Boar

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Thanks for the replies guys if anybody else has any experience keep it coming. Trophy Eyes where do they install the Recoil Reducer in? Do you have to have a gunsmith install it?

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No, Most Benelli's and Beretta's have two screw in spots in the butt of the stock. You have to remove the recoil pad and then get a flashlight. I bought a Benelli recoil reducer and it just slipped right in there and it screwed right in. It took about 5 minutes. It is heavy though. I think mine is 12oz., but I am happy with it.

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