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Strike Industries Viper Mod1 Butt Pad Review

To install the Mod1 butt pad is fairly simple. Just hook the groove on the back of a Viper stock and install the set screw and tight it down. Remember its plastic, and don't need to crank it down.

Mod1 Butt Pad & Screw

Hook on the Mod1 Butt Pad.

Install the screw to hold pad into place.

Installed Mod1 Butt Pad on Viper Stock.


The Strike Industries Rubber Butt Pad is a drop in add on for the Viper Mod1 Stock system. The lightweight, slim profile enhances control and usability of the Viper stock without dramatically increasing weight or bulk. At only 0.36” in thickness, the butt pad doesn’t sacrifice the minimalist nature that the Viper stock is known for while at the same time its flexibility offers some level of recoil attenuation. The hybrid construction of impact resistant TPE integrated on a rigid polymer frame combines strength and resilience to provide the best of both worlds in creating the best possible shoulder weld. Install takes a few minutes, and only tools that are need is an allen wrench.


Package includes:
- 1x Rubber Butt Pad
- 1x Mounting Screw

- Drop In installation
- Slim Profile
- Enhanced control
- Lightweight

Price: $13.95

Reviewer Input:
Will the Viper stock is good the way it is out of the box, the addition of the Viper Mod1 Rubber Butt Pad only makes it better. It give the more grip, without being overly sticky or soft. It doesn't add much more length to the stock but it does give it that just right amount of length while still being compact which is one of the great parts of the Viper stock.nstall is super easy that anyone can do, and takes just a few minutes to install. You will need an allen wrench to install the screw to hold the butt pad. Like all Strike Industries products, you get a good quality product without taking a lot out of your pockets.

Link to site: http://www.strikeindustries.com/shop/index.php/viper-rubber-buttpad.html#.V_19vc_rvVI

Price - 5/5
Function - 5/5
Quality - 5/5
Durability - 4/5

Overall Rating - 5/5


General Discussion / Re: Tax question about firearms.
«  JassonVoorhees October 06, 2016, 06:40:09 PM »
I think if you have a trust for the company and have those in that trust, then I do think that would be enough proof for taxes, but not 100% sure. Its a grey area I think but a person who does taxes would be able to answer that better.
General Discussion / Re: Tax question about firearms.
«  speedyquad September 19, 2016, 09:26:12 AM »
That may be a question to ask a tax professional. 
General Discussion / Tax question about firearms.
«  FloridaGuy September 18, 2016, 09:04:03 PM »
Any knowledgeable tax people out there? I am running a new firearms training business. If I purchase firearms that are going to be specifically used for the business and not personal use. Is the cost of these firearms tax deductible?
AR Platform / Re: Need a new AR. What to buy? Or build?
«  metaleagle September 07, 2016, 07:14:11 PM »
I have built 2 on PSA lowers and 1 on Anderson. No issues with any. Anderson seems to be the best deal price wise unless Aero has a crazy sale soon.
AR Platform / Re: Need a new AR. What to buy? Or build?
«  speedyquad September 07, 2016, 04:13:58 PM »
From what I;ve read all lowers come from the same 6 or so forges.  That means that the name on the lower and the quality of the material drives the cost.  I'm going to put more emphasis on the name driving the cost more. 

I've had no problems with the two Anderson lowers that I've used.   They are probably the cheapest out there, unless you go polymer, which I would not do.  WHen I do another, it will be on another Anderson lower.  Unless I decide to build one on a S&W lower, just to have a S&W AR.

AR Platform / Re: Need a new AR. What to buy? Or build?
«  RROPERATOR September 07, 2016, 03:53:53 PM »
Did decide to build. Started looking for parts. Suggestions on which lower to get? Already found a barrel, furniture, upper, forearm and a few other parts. Any hints of suggestions on what to get/avoid would be greatly appreciated.
AR Platform / Re: Need a new AR. What to buy? Or build?
«  JassonVoorhees September 07, 2016, 06:34:07 AM »
 I would build my own, enough people here to help you out.
AR Platform / Re: Need a new AR. What to buy? Or build?
«  speedyquad August 31, 2016, 03:48:50 PM »
Building is fun and easy.  If you are patient, and do your research, you can find quality parts that will bring you in less than the price of a DD. 
AR Platform / Need a new AR. What to buy? Or build?
«  RROPERATOR August 30, 2016, 09:39:03 PM »
Sold my Armalite AR. (don't start- I know, should never sell but I need to upgrade) Looking to get a high quality, lightweight, ~6lbs, 16" bbl AR, Looking at the RRA std lightweight or the Daniel Defense lightweight. Both are going to cost about the same. I've never built one and I'm not sure if it will be less expensive with what I think my criteria needs or as high quality. suggestions?
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