Great photo. It tells me that, if I have to trim at all, it will only be about 1/8" to 1/4" in a small area. I believe you have the KT extended recoil pad installed from the appearance of the slip-on. Thanks.
Upgraded to the KT Extended butt-pad, definitely feels a lot softer over the OEM
Thanks all for the feedback! Follow up question - does the stock have to be pulled out to disassemble the two halves that hold the pad?Installation of the Kel-Tech extended-wider butt pad is easy.
The entire assembly is composed of just the two halves of the stock, the shell lifter, and the butt pad.
The pad comes with an Allen wrench to fit the stock bolts.
All that's needed is to unscrew the bolts, separate the two halves, slip the old pad out and the new pad in the groove, put the two halves back together and replace the bolts and nuts.
Only one bolt is longer then the others so getting them back in the right hole is not hard, and it's not terribly difficult to get the small lock nuts back in the holes and the bolts replaced and tightened.
YES.Thanks all for the feedback! Follow up question - does the stock have to be pulled out to disassemble the two halves that hold the pad?
hi, I know this is an old post, but does the KSG mcarbo butt pad fit the KS7 ? because the mcarbo web site does not list a pad for the KS7,it shows one, and it says it's for the KSG, KEL TEC KSG Recoil Pad - Slip-on KSG Recoil PadGet the kt extended butt pad and the slip on recoil pad from mcarbo.
The mcarbo slip on doesn't move around. says put.
This will give max comfort.
I bought the Kel-Tec extended pad for the KSG and I put the Mcarbo Limbsaver over it and IMO it looks and works fine.