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The recoil pad was on the other end of the Ithaca stock,
held on with about 20 nails.






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1 more great Buba the gunsmith moment.






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Those old pads were supposed to be nailed on. They came that way from the factory. Those Flues are almost always broken because of that useless wood screw under the lever.

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most of the time it isn't a bad gunsmith, it's a guy who cant afford to have something fixed so gets it done the best way he can.i am not saying there isn't bad work being done by alleged professionals but some times its just necessity.

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Never would have thought that nailing the recoil pad on, would have been a factory method.
Its good to learn new things.



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There were both nailed and glued on. Imagine getting them off was a nightmare. Small nails were included inside the box inside a small sleeve. Not sure how they could have said they were easy to install.


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Any ideas on what glue was used to attach the pad to the base??


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Originally Posted By: james-l
Any ideas on what glue was used to attach the pad to the base??


This might help:

http://www.doublegunshop.com/forums/ubbt...&PHPSESSID=


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