butt plate

butt plate

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a plate made usually of metal and attached to the butt end of a gunstock
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The rubber cheek piece and butt plate are easy to adjust for a custom fit.
The broad military butt plate that spread the recoil out over a broader area than the skinny butt plates popular on commercial rifles, was also critical to the average soldier being able to get off those 100 rounds without flinching.
The oil-finished Turkish walnut stock with its sleek Prince of Wales grip ends with a distinctive wood butt plate for slick mounting.
Remove the recoil pad or butt plate, then use a long screwdriver or socket wrench to take off the stock.
Developed by DuPont for coating bowling pins, it was applied not only to the outside of the stock but also over the surfaces of its inletting and beneath the butt plate or recoil pad.
Because of the walnut stock and crescent butt plate, I wonder if mine is really a Model 1890 with a replacement 1906 barrel?
Buttstock: Stock turns, loose, separated from lower receiver; swivel busted; butt plate or screw missing; any deep cuts or breaks or any cracks longer than one inch near the receiver
It was very funny- it digs and then it backs up and compacts the sand with its butt plate.
The stock folds to the right side and the rubber butt plate sits against the shooter's shoulder more firmly and helps lessen recoil impact.
Another perfect scenario for these conditions is the rifle being held, resting on its butt plate vertically by the hunter in the back of a moving vehicle.
It features Grade II-III walnut, pistol grip, buckhorn-style rear sight and crescent butt plate and is drilled and tapped for tang sights.
The stock has a nonslip hard rubber butt plate and three places to attach a sling: one on the bottom, a slot through the stock and a detachable sling swivel in the middle.