Adjustable Kydex Cheek Rest Riser .125" - Sniper Edition
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- Kydex Rest, Stainless Steel Carriage Bolts, Anti-Vibration Locking knobs
- Raises from .125" to approximately 1.5"
- For a Perfect Cheek Weld, Improving Accuracy
- Sturdy, Well Built, Hand Crafted.
- My Video on how to Install the Cheek Rest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKMyEBh3p5Y
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MATTHEW'S SLEEK REST
FIT: Stocks measuring 1-9/16" to 1-21/32" (1.5625"-1.656") measured across the width of your recoil pad. If your stock is closer to 1-11/16" (1.6875") please let me know. If it's closer to 1-3/4" (1.75") or larger please order my HS/B&C cheek rest & send me the measurements. You do have to drill through your stock to mount the cheek rest for a solid mount & fine tune adjustment
CNC Made Kydex Cheek Rest - I use .125" Kydex and router the edges Round so there's no sharp corners, then I hand sand the edges to give it that professional look.
Bolts: Are UNCUT & will need to be cut to fit your stock, please cut the bolts before mounting by placing the knob on the side of the bolt & marking it slightly below the knobs surface, grind & round them so they do not snag on anything.
Cheek Rests help in providing superior accuracy by putting your eye exactly where it needs to be, just like Archery you need an anchor point. The Cheek Rest is your anchor point.
RIGHT/LEFT HANDED - Is cut slightly different for your shooting hand so your hand has more room.
BEAR PAW (RIGHT/LEFT HANDED) - Has a large cut out for people with Large Hands & it is the choice for you.
KNOBS: 1-3/8" diameter, 7/8" high for superior grip to tighten to your stock
If you have any questions to make sure this fits your Rifle or you would like a Custom Cheek Rest, please Email Matthew through Amazon's message services or the ASK a question tab below.
Hand Orientation: Right
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I haven't yet cut down the bolts or tested this out on the range, but I can tell you now the fit & feel is right.
Note: If your drill bit does not have much taper to the edge, as in it's more flat than pointy, use a small diameter bit to make starter holes on synthetic stocks. Synthetic material has a tendency to make wide and flat drill bits slip or "walk" before penetrating. With this strategy, you should still be able to follow Matt's instructions in the video.
the quality is excellent. the price was good and the shipping was "quickety-quick".
it was installed on a Springfield Armory M1A NM rifle and works like a charm.
NOTE: the provided screws aren't long enough for this application. use, 1/4X2 1/2" carriage bolts. U can easily get them at any hardware store. i painted the heads of the screws, flat black and they blended right in.....
buy it, you'll LIKE it.
The bolts fit into a groove in the cheek riser, and that groove is machined to keep the bolt from turning in order that the user may tighten the nut.
In practice, one bolt was well stabilized in the groove, the other "stripped" the groove, and I needed to use pliers to secure it. No big!
The cheek rest is in place, feels right, and I got the height I hoped to get from the product, to align my eye with my scope - a very good thing for consistent accuracy.
In the end, I would recommend this to a friend - and I would explain that he/she might need to use a pliers for "backup" in order to get the tightness they might require. The result looks good, and delivers a solid rest for sighting in.
Lots of good you tube guides. Have a hacksaw and file on hand, as the kit is generic and you will have extra bolt sticking out way past the knobs. Once that's cleaned up, smooth sailing.
This product gave me a solid, adjustable cheek weld. The hardest part is drilling the holes.