1. Loosen the two stock adjustment set screws on the right side of the cheek piece (if they were not left loose after setting the cast) using a 3mm hex (Allen) wrench. The cheek piece will now move freely, up and down on the stock adjustment studs.
2. Position the cheek piece on the studs at the desired drop — up or down on the stock. Make sure the adjustment on each stud is equal up and down. When you have determined a possible setting, lightly tighten the stock adjustment screws and then shoulder the firearm to test the setting. Drop adjustments are a matter of trial and error. Adjust a little at a time until you obtain the desired sight picture on the rib.
3. Once your desired drop at comb is obtained, secure the cheek piece in place by tightening the two stock adjustment set screws on the right side of the cheek piece. Drop is now set on your shotgun.
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