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Old 05-21-2018, 01:34 AM
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I like that you have a M94 in your collection.
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The slip on recoil pad on that 94 will eventually cause the stock finish to deteriorate underneath.
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Looks like you are ready for about anything.
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What caliber is the 94 and why the recoil pad? Nice!
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What caliber is the 94 and why the recoil pad? Nice!
.30-30. I have bony shoulders and the recoil is not comfortable.

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The slip on recoil pad on that 94 will eventually cause the stock finish to deteriorate underneath.
Thanks for the tip, I was unaware. I couldn't find anyone that could help me find the right screw-on sized so I went this route.
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Buy a shooters shoulder pad and leave the 94 unaltered.
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Hard to tell from the Pic what yours is, my 94 is the angle eject model. At this point I've killed more deer with that gun than I will have years left to even get close with another rifle. A very misunderstood and under estimated rifle.
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Pre 64 94's that have been unmolested, there are two absolute rules to follow.

Rule #1, Under no circumstance alter / molest / restore
Anything!

Rule #2, If you are absolutely positive your alteration,
molestation, restoration will make the 94
better in some way.
SEE RULE #1 !!!!!

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My 94 is from 1963. Bought it unfired a year ago. For me though it's a shooter that was cheaper than a new (but cheaply built) model....

Shooter Shoulder pad...wonder why that never came up when I was looking for a solution? Thanks.
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I was surprised to see I've got a similar line-up regarding the only four rifles I presently own!:
-Marlin 1894SS .44mag
-Springfield Armory M1A Scout
-AK47 "Yugo" Zastava
-Springfield Armory Saint (free-float-handguard model)
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