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#504136 02/06/2018 5:06 PM
by Drew Hause
Drew Hause
(Special thanks for the contributions of David Noreen, Walt Snyder & Daryl Hallquist)

Silvers, Jostam Hy-Gun, Hawkins 32 courtesy of Larry Frey

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S.W. Silver's Indiarubber Works was established in 1864. "The Anti-Recoil Heel Plate-The Silver's Safety Pad" was introduced in the 1870s. Silvers pads were offered in the 1890 Henry C. Squires catalog. The first Parker fitted with a "Silvers Recoil Butt" was DH #56553 in 1891; the red rubber pad was not listed as an option in Hunter Arms catalogs until 1905.

Other pre-WWI pads included the D&W, Funkes, Huntley Shock Absorber (Omaha) and "Perkins" Recoil Pads (both advertised starting in 1915), Tryon #6, and the American Silver pad (sometimes called Grieb and after about 1915 Goodrich; possibly Ajax-Grieb Rubber Co.)
https://books.google.com/books?id=O1M-AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA658&lpg

W.R. Jorgenson Patent No. 1,156,293 for the Jostam Anti-Flinch pad was granted Oct 12, 1915, and the company catalogues of the era say “Organized 1914.” JOSTAM was W.R. JOrgenson, W.D. STannard and A.H. AMmann.
Older Anti-Flinch pads have an Oct. 29, 1914 patent date for J.S. Day's Patent No. 1,123,180. Jostam acquired the Huntley Sponge Rubber Pad after WW I.

The Hawkins Model 25 Recoil Pad by the Cushion Pad Co. was first offered in the early 1920s. Hawkins’ Patent 1,538,990 is dated May 1925.
The NOSHOC pads have a June 6, 1922 patent date, but were not found in catalogs until the early 1930s.

In 1941, the most commonly seen Jostam pad, the Anti-Flinch, was listed at $3.25; the Jostam solid Air Cushion at $3.00; the Hy-Gun at $2.75; and the No-Kick at $1.75. Other pads offered in 1941 were the Hawkins 25 with the heart-shaped vents for $3.25; the White Line by Fray-Mershon Inc. in regular or Skeet style for $2.50; the Noshoc for $1.50; and the Ithaca "Bridge Trestle" pad for $2.25.

Parker SBT c. 1930 with a D-W pad

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American Rifleman February, 1929 courtesy of David Noreen

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Huntley Shock Absorber

S.A. Huntley was a well known trapshooter
Feb. 1915 Forest & Stream
http://books.google.com/books?id=lRMcAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA115&dq

He was a Peters Rep at least 1907 - 1914
http://library.la84.org/SportsLibrary/SportingLife/1914/VOL_64_NO_12/SL6412024.pdf

Recreation Oct. 1915
https://books.google.com/books?id=SX07AQAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA153&lpg
Field & Stream 1916
https://books.google.com/books?id=LIblAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA502&lpg
Outing Nov. 1917
https://books.google.com/books?id=V4xQAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA124&lpg

Folsom Catalog No. 17 c. 1920. Jostam acquired the Huntley shortly after WWI

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"Perkins"

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Same Perkins?
https://patents.google.com/patent/US1088362

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Funkes; possibly A.H. Funke in New York
http://www.landofborchardt.com/1906ahf_catalog.html


American Silver pad (sometimes called Grieb and after about 1915 Goodrich.)
https://books.google.com/books?id=O1M-AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA658&lpg

Goodrich HRB is above with the Huntley.

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#592725 Feb 20th a 11:37 PM
by Drew Hause
Drew Hause
Curved Jostam B&W pad from James on the 1st page.
I do not know when they were offered, nor if they carry a patent date

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Babcock & Wilcox Co. was primarily a boiler manufacturer, went by B&W and in the 1940s produced synthetic rubber
https://www.babcock.com/about/history
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