The current ones (solid w/factory logo) are only available over the phone to the best of my knowledge. They are also very proud of them and charge accordingly.Any way to order it on line or do we need to contact their customer service by phone? Anyone know the part number? Thanks a bunch from a sore shoulder shooter.
Are you talking about the rubber butt pad that SAI puts on their fiberglass rifle stocks they sell or is there another butt paid that your thinking of??? I could not find one on their site. I do have a rubber butt pad that I took off my M1a that I bought in '96 that you can have, no charge. It is not soft per say, but softer than the metal flapper butt pad. This is not the one that Kurt is talking about. There is no logo on this one. It also adds about one to one and a half inches to the length of pull on your stock. The screws are the same length though, so you can use your old screws. Let me know. -Lloyd BEERCHUG1Any way to order it on line or do we need to contact their customer service by phone? Anyone know the part number? Thanks a bunch from a sore shoulder shooter.
Ha Ha. and you can keep the skirtI just bunch my skirt up and put it between the butt stock and my shoulder and it works just fine and doesn't cost anything...
You're so right about hard as a rock. 20 rounds and I have to take a breakThe Fulton pad is made by John Masen. It has been around for decades and was used by SAI on retread USGI fiberglass stocks back in the '90s. It is hard as a rock. Pretty much useless.
The current SAI factory pads are high quality and much softer.
What is the difference between the new butt pad and the one in the picture that Kurt posted ?I ordered my factory SAI pad like kurtC over the phone from Springfield.
By the way, there new butt pad is my favorite.
Very firm, but softer than the steel but plate.You're so right about hard as a rock. 20 rounds and I have to take a break