Inlets Buttstocks For Tubular Recoil Reducers
Everything you need to drill straight, correctly located and centered holes in buttstocks for installing 7⁄8" diameter, tubular recoil reducers. Steel fixture saves you hours of “eye-balling” and trial and error, so you can provide your customers a valuable service at a reasonable cost, while still earning a decent profit. Sturdy, blued steel locating plate attaches to buttstock using the gun’s existing recoil pad screws and is slotted to adjust to any screw hole spacing. Nylon-lined guide bushing keeps the hardened tool steel 7⁄8" Forstner drill bit centered, and stop collar locks onto bit shank to prevent drilling too deep on the first pass. Once hole is started, remove the locating plate and use the drill bit and guide bushing to drill the rest of the way.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:70, Page:409
SPECS: Steel, blue finish. Includes locating plate, drill guide bushing, 7⁄8” (2.2cm) diameter Forstner bit, stop collar with setscrews, Allen wrench, and complete instructions.