CHEEK-EEZ is an oval shaped sheet of microcellular urethane that adheres to your gun comb to eliminate recoil shock to the cheek. These pads are also very useful if you need some adjustment to your “line of sight.” When installing the pad, it is very important to clean the gun stock thoroughly with alcohol swabs or the like. Keep in mind that some high-gloss finishes and many synthetic stocks do not lend themselves to the adhesive backing on our Cheek-EEZ. To install, position the pad temporarily (do not remove the adhesive backing at this point) to check for proper location on your gun. When you are satisfied with the placement of the Cheek-EEZ then you can remove the adhesive backing and secure to your gun.
Note: We do not recommend EVER that you try to reapply or reposition a Cheek-EEZ once the backing is removed as the adhesive quality is diminished and there is a chance you could tear the pad.
Installing More Than One Cheek-EEZ on the same gun:
You can stack Cheek-EEZ on top of each other (they WILL stick to each other); however, once they are stacked, you cannot separate them from each other without ruining all the Cheek-EEZ.
Removing a Cheek-EEZ
To remove a Cheek-EEZ, use your thumbs or the palm of your hand and slowly roll or peel it off. Removing too quickly can tear the pad or leave a glue residue on your stock. If this occurs, we always recommend that you check with your gun manufacturer to see if they recommend a latex remover that would be safe to use on your stock.
Gluing a Cheek-EEZ
Question: The Cheek-EEZ will not adhere to my gunstock; therefore, is it ok to use glue to attach a Cheek-EEZ pad to my gunstock?
Answer: We absolutely NEVER recommend gluing anything on your gunstock; therefore, if you choose to do this, do so at your own risk.