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SASS Allowable, Yes/No?

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My 73 has a rubber butt plate. Is this SASS legal? I can't find anything in the rules that says its not as long as it was made of materials of the time. I know rubber has been around for a long time, but I don't know when it began being used on rifle butt plates. Any help would be appreciated.

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Yes it is.

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Sweet!! Thank you so much guys! I'm going to do a leather cover anyways, just want to make sure it's legal.

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can't be adjustable. lots of folks use a rubber pad, if its not "period" they put a leather cover over it. I have a rather ugly slip on pad on my Marlin 1895 45-70. sure tames the recoil, but it hurts my eye to look at it. I put a leather cover over it!

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can't be adjustable. lots of folks use a rubber pad, if its not "period" they put a leather cover over it. I have a rather ugly slip on pad on my Marlin 1895 45-70. sure tames the recoil, but it hurts my eye to look at it. I put a leather cover over it!

Hoss,

 

Get a lace on recoil pad / Butt Cover made by Action Products. They look period correct and the pad works well. I have them on my 1871, 1895 and my Handi Rifle.

 

They are available in multiple sizes from Buffalo Arms.

 

Action products also owns Kick Killer.

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Edited by Sedalia Dave

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What Sedalia Dave said. I have these lace on pads on a couple of my guns and they work great.

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