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1) remove recoil pad (look for 2 small holes on butt, screws should be Phillips head)
2) once recoil pad is removed there should now be a recessed screw in the center of the wooden butt, this one is a flat head
 

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rmh said:
1) remove recoil pad (look for 2 small holes on butt, screws should be Phillips head)
2) once recoil pad is removed there should now be a recessed screw in the center of the wooden butt, this one is a flat head
It's also a rather large flathead. Make sure when putting it back on you put the washer in the right way (notched washer) so that it "digs" into the stock. Keeps it tighter longer. If you put the washer back in so that the "teeth" or "notch" is facing away from the stock (where it connects) your stock will come loose within a year.
 

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ninethreeeleven said:
rmh said:
1) remove recoil pad (look for 2 small holes on butt, screws should be Phillips head)
2) once recoil pad is removed there should now be a recessed screw in the center of the wooden butt, this one is a flat head
It's also a rather large flathead. Make sure when putting it back on you put the washer in the right way (notched washer) so that it "digs" into the stock. Keeps it tighter longer. If you put the washer back in so that the "teeth" or "notch" is facing away from the stock (where it connects) your stock will come loose within a year.
Forgot about the washer, concur about the coming loose.
 
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