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They work exceptionally well. I have a .338 ultra mag, no muzzle brake, with an HS stock on it. HS Precision uses, or use to use, hard rubber pads. I could maybe get through about 10 shots before my shoulder was in bad pain with that hard rubber pad on it. I cut that pad off and I installed a grind to fit limb saver and it's no problem at all to to shoot a box or more out of that rifle now.
 

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They defiantly help, I've got one on my .300wsm and it makes it a little better... With that Sendero it shouldn't be too bad anyway, that rifle is super heavy... My sako is 6lbs and kicks like a mule....
 

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I thought you just put your purse on your shoulder. By the way my invasion is shooting awesome.
 

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It was your moms purse, all the rubbers in it really helped make it soft. And my Eilte is shooting better than your invasion.
Dang!!!:001_huh:
 

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I have one on my Gold 3 1/2. As far as function it works great. Durability not so much. Mine is starting to dry rot bad. Granted it's 6 or 7 years old but thought it should have held up better than it has. It started coming a part a couple years ago. I'm going to have to replace it pretty soon.
 

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I've read on the Shotgun World forum that limbsavers sometimes become "gooey" and wear quicker than other pads . The Pachmayr Decelerator might not be quite as soft but lasts much longer .
 
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