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    WTB: CETME C rubber butt pad(s), VG to NOS, also need a couple buffers

    Seems like NOS stocks are plentiful but don't see anyone that has rubber butt pads.

    Looking for a few, let me know if you have one or more...thanks!

    ...added: also looking for a couple of CETME buffers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    Seems like NOS stocks are plentiful but don't see anyone that has rubber butt pads.

    Looking for a few, let me know if you have one or more...thanks!
    I looked around for a while and could not find any. Only new ones for HK wood stocks.
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    Thanks, those are the only ones I've seen as well.

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    Looks like I need to fire up the molds again
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBillCody View Post
    Looks like I need to fire up the molds again
    You have molds to make these? Cool! Any pics?
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    Of the molds or the pads? The molds are in the garage, funny I was just looking at them the other day. I can take a picture of them tomorrow.
    I used to make repro buttpads, they cost me more for the supplies than I was selling them for. Damn Hazmat charges, I haven't looking into whether I can get them here locally now.
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    Those are really nice! Thanks for the pics.
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    Damn!...I was just looking into what it would take to make a silicone or resin casting mold and BAM ! Those are really nice.

    The supplies aren't cheap that's for sure. The two part compound that I found says that a shore 70 is about the density of a tire....similar to the butt pad, sound about right?
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    Bump!....need a couple of CETME buffers also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    Damn!...I was just looking into what it would take to make a silicone or resin casting mold and BAM ! Those are really nice.

    The supplies aren't cheap that's for sure. The two part compound that I found says that a shore 70 is about the density of a tire....similar to the butt pad, sound about right?
    I want to say 45 was the one I chose, but I don't remember 100%, I called the company (Freeman) I believe, and talked to someone there, told them what I was doing with it, and he recommended the correct shore hardness.
    The Hazmat charges is what killed the project, that and I'm pretty anal, so if I got one that wasn't 100% I threw it out. The hard part is getting all of the air bubbles up of the urethane after you mix everything, I made a vacuum chamber to extract the bubbles, then could use positive pressure in the same chamber to squeeze down any that were still around. I was getting good castings about every other or every third one. Once I used up all of the urethane I didn't order more. The silicone to make the molds isn't cheap either, but they hold up really well. I still have them if you would like to make some of your own just let me know.
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