Changing Recoil Pads

All Cynergy models are fit from the factory with the standard pad, which provides a 14H" length of pull. There is a H" difference in the

Locate the entry holes in the end of the recoil pad.

Start the screws through the pad into the holes in the stock (shown with ; spacer).

Locate the entry holes in the end of the recoil pad.

Start the screws through the pad into the holes in the stock (shown with ; spacer).

thickness of each pad, and each spacer is thick. Call the Parts Dept. number above for ordering any of these extra accessories.

Two hidden screw slits are located at each end of the recoil pad. Locate these entry holes by gently probing in the areas shown in Figure 11. When the access holes are located, place a small amount of petroleum jelly on the tip of a Phillips screwdriver to avoid damage to the recoil pad and engage the hidden screw. Turn counterclockwise until the screw is completely loose from the stock. When both screws are free, remove the pad. The new pad will come with its own screws in the pad.

Before you attach the new pad or spacers, it is a good idea to hold the shotgun to your shoulder to determine if the new length feels comfortable for you.

ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION, WITH THE "SAFETY" ON. MAKE CERTAIN THERE ARE NO SHELLS IN THE BARRELS.

Place the spacer(s) (if any) next to the buttstock. Start the screws through the pad and spacer into the holes in the stock (Figure 12).

Remember that the optional pads come in H" increments to shorten or lengthen your pull. Spacers are thick and are available to be used with the recoil pads, if needed.

To remove the comb, tap out the pin with a punch or drift pin, then slide the comb forward off the ribs.
Adjust the comb by sliding it in the proper ridges for the desired comb height. Each ridge on the comb represents Vb" in height.

NOTE: Optional recoil pads for the Cynergy wood model will not fit on the composite stock model. The pads made for the composite model will not fit wood stock models. Make certain you select the right recoil pad for your stock and desired length of pull.

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