Classic spurred steel buttplates look nice and provide a slip-free anchor between your shoulder and the gun.
by Paul Mazan
A discussion at our local range about what a pain it was to install a curved buttplate made me decide to install one on the Savage 219 rifle I was shooting that day. I like the look of the curved buttplate and I have installed them on several guns. As far as I am concerned, it is well worth the time to give a rifle a much more classic look than a flat plastic buttplate ever can.
There really isn’t any way of installing the curved buttplate without…
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