Length of Pull Modification

Discussion in 'Modifications' started by Bobmvp, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. Bobmvp New Member

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    I found the LOP to be a little short on my Varmint MVP. Some of us have added spacers to correct this. I found another solution I think will work well.

    Kick Eez Recoil Pad Grind to Fit 302-10-M-B All Purpose 1-1/8" Medium Black

    Found this comes in several sizes and styles. You grind it on a belt sander to fit. Ordered one from Midway just now. $34.99 Product #: 869277 Kick Eez #: 302-10-M-B

    This will eliminate the double visual effect of a spacer and the stock pad combined (if you can can a the thin strip of rubber Mossberg provides a pad).

    I will post the installation photos when it arrives and I start installing it.
  2. Bobmvp New Member

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    Well the pad came today from Midway USA. great service as usual. The pad is a bonding of a plastic spacer and a sorbathane pad. Quite nice. The holes line up perfectly with the holes in the stock!
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    Traced the outline of the stock on the new pad. Will start the sanding process next.
  4. MechTech Moderator/ Damn Yankee

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    Looks like you will have to cut it down a decent bit, but still a viable solution. Can't wait to see it!
  5. Bobmvp New Member

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    Ok all done and installed. Great and relatively simple. I made an aluminum plate the shape of the stock end and used it as a template on the sanding wheel.
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  9. RoyP Active Member

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    very nice.
  10. Jake New Member

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    I had problems with the LOP on mine and I installed a Morgan pad to help and to add some weight to the gun for a more stable shooting cycle.

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  11. gearbox New Member

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    what model is that Jake and how much modifications did you have to do to it? That is exactly looking for with my rifle as i am not impressed with the current fix I have on mine
  12. Jake New Member

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    Lots of grinding is what it takes. If you have a bench grinder that helps a lot. It's a Morgan straight pad.
  13. Bobmvp New Member

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    Jake. Which rear mono pod do you have installed? Did you need to modify the mounting plate to fit to the bottom of the stock. Also was the single sling mount hole enough or did it require a second hole to mount. A few more pictures would be great. Thanks
  14. Bobmvp New Member

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    Jake,

    Nice pad I like the included alumnium plate. Never heard of Morgan until you posted. Great find!
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  16. Jake New Member

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    Yeah lots of grinding but if you have a bench grinder it helps a ton with the aluminum plate. Mine is a Morgan No. 5 Straight pad.
  17. Jake New Member

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    No Mods needed for the Accu-Shot precision monopod with quick Knob option. It fits the sling stud and it's the mid-range model and I can use it on other guns. it fits better on my other guns, but I make it work on the MVP.
  18. kawzak Member

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    Good work on the kick pad/extension. I assume you have a bi-pod on the front. That is a nifty little single pod on the rear. Use it much in the field? prone?
  19. Jake New Member

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    Yeah, I tried it once shooting prone and works great. It works better when I hold it in my Palme at 45 degree angle.

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