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air arms s400 recoil butt pad

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by valboskie, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. valboskie

    valboskie Busy Member

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    Hi there
    Im looking for some advice .I was looking for a recoil butt pad for my s400 stock.
    I phoned air arms they dont sell them.
    Does anyone know what butt pads thst would the screw onto a standard beech S400 into the original stock holes.
    I got a rowan engineering adjustable butt pad for my tx200 The holes don't match with my tx rubber butt pad you have to use on the sliding plate.
    I contacted rowan its the same size as the s400 so I took my recoil pad of my s400 and its a perfect fit.So I now have to replace the one on the s400
    Has anyone have any idea where i could source one
    Any help would be very much appreciated
    Cheers
    David
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    dude, I'm totally :confuzed:
     
  3. valboskie

    valboskie Busy Member

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    I got a rowan engineering adjustable butt pad.
    It comes in two piece and all pre drilled but you have to use your own rubber recoil pad as this is not supplied with the rowan kit.

    You have to drill out a 10mm wide hole 6mm deep to fit the bottom plate which I did and fitted it To my tx200 mk3 stock.
    The second plate which is the sliding part should take the original rubber butt pad but it did not fit.
    The holes were 3mm out of line they are threaded do could not re drill or file.

    I contacted rowan engineering they told me an s400 recoil pad would fit better as its tge same day ize yop plate the use so I tried the one of my s400
    And its a perfect fit.

    I now need to replace the s400 butt pad I used on the towan kit for my tx200.

    The problem is I can't find one online so I was hoping a member on here might have a spare one from their s400 if they fitted a bisley one or another upgraded butt pad.
    I could purchase from them to sort my s400 out.

    I hope this post explains better lol
    Atb
    David
     
    Last edited: Feb 7, 2014
  4. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Pistol Enthusiast & Western fan

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    I might have one. I'll have a look tonight when I get in from work. I think I have a new one somewehere that I took off a new superlite stock.
     
  5. valboskie

    valboskie Busy Member

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    Andy that would be brilliant just send me a pm
    Cheers
    David
     
  6. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Pistol Enthusiast & Western fan

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    If I can't find mine, You cal always buy one from John Knibbs.
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Pistol Enthusiast & Western fan

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    Sorry Valboskie. I was absolutely sure I had a spare one but I must have binned it. I replace mine with the Bisley type as Steve has shown above. Sorry mate. You could have had it for nothing if I could find it. I'll keep on looking but it wasn't where I thought it would be.

    Regards
    Andy

    ps, here is my superlite with Bisley butt pad fitted. Very easy and cheap.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  9. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    oh , why didn't you just say :D
     
  10. valboskie

    valboskie Busy Member

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    No problem Andy if it shows up give me a shout.
    I would not trust myself to fit a bisley one that's why I have got the rowan engineering one
    Did you have to re drill the stock screw holes for the s400 with the bisley one going buy their measurements my stock holes will be out by 12mm plus .
    Atb
    David
     
  11. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Pistol Enthusiast & Western fan

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    Hi David.

    Actually I didn't re-drill any extra holes in the stock, I just drilled the Bisley base plate to match.
     
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    Behind you! Mwhahahahah Just kidding. Christchurch
    I have an AA S400 recoil pad. DO you want to measure the distance between the holes to make sure they are the same?

    If you want it its your for Postage plus a few quid.
     
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    Pm sent
    Cheers
     

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