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Russian Black pad for the 100 series AK stock
Russian Black pad for the 100 series AK stock


 
Our Price: $55.00

Quantity in Stock:12


Product Code: AK-BLACK-PAD-NEW
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This 100-series AK butt pad is manufactured by a small Russian company. It is virtually identical to it's Izhmash prototype, minus the logo.   These stock pads are used for the polymer stocks on the 100-series AK's and Saigas. The pad lengthens the stock and softens the recoil. Allows the stock to lock in the folded position. Uses the screws from the stock.
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5 of 5 A Good Rubber! February 7, 2024
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Dover, NH United States  
I’ve been hard pressed to find one brand new and at a good cost. Looks and feels like a factory made buttpad. I can’t wait to put this on my side folder!

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4 of 5 Good product ships fast February 7, 2024
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
sturdy, comfortable, good quality. Fit nicely on my psa 103. Only complaint is lack of directions for installation. The slits cut into the rear of the pad used for the screws are extremely difficult to find and I would not have even known they were there without a google search.

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5 of 5 Amazing fit, spectacular customer service/shipping December 1, 2023
Reviewer: Andrew Rickard from Nashville, TN United States  
Order arrived VERY quickly and in perfect condition.  Rubber butt pad fit with no issues, replacing the metal butt plate on the original 100 series plastic stocks.

Not hard to figure out, but KEEP your trap door and button internals in place when you remove the metal butt plate.  The rubber butt pad goes ON TOP of them, securing in place.  The metal butt plate can be kept aside as a spare part.  The original screws go through the outside of the rubber butt pad through a small slip and into the stock where the metal butt plate went.

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5 of 5 July 24, 2023
Reviewer: Paul E Saylor III from Harleysville, PA United States  


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5 of 5 May 13, 2023
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Vienna, VA United States  


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