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Most Helpful Positive Review Solid Construction, Classic Look
Purchased for an Mossberg 500 with a wood stock. A nice departure from "tac...
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Most Helpful Negative Review 12 gauge cuff
Wrote a review earlier about how I tightened the laces with my leatherman. ...
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Solid Construction, Classic Look

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on January 24, 2014
Purchased for an Mossberg 500 with a wood stock. A nice departure from "tactical" shotguns, this is a classic-looking piece of leather. Fit is snug, stitches and metal are excellent, and it feels like it will last years. Dark Havana compliments wood grain; pair with a similarly colored sling for great looking accessories. Read reports about the cuff sliding and I was initially worried, though I have not experienced it after a case of bird shot. Overall, it is not cheap, and may require some additional fitting (as leather sometimes does) but absolutely worthwhile, if this is the look you want. Made in USA.
Pros: Looks great
Cons: Laces can be tricky...
Would recommend: Yes
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Looks nice, Expensive

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, PA Written on April 13, 2013
I bought this product for looks. It looks great for a Walnut stock. Its a solid piece and well made. For 71 dollars, its expensive for its practical purposes. A 10 dollar butt cuff does the same job. The lace up is a bit of a pain to get on, but it stable. THe bullet don't move from the leather very easy.
Pros: Looks great, Quality item, Solid Construction
Cons: Expensive, Hard to lace on, Bullet hard to get out...
Would recommend: Yes
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good stuff

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on January 16, 2013
The best butt cuff i ever had!!!...
Would recommend: Yes
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12 gauge cuff

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, ND Written on September 29, 2012
Wrote a review earlier about how I tightened the laces with my leatherman. It seemed to hold up for a while. This is an update since then. The cuff STILL slid down the stock. Talked to a friend and he recommended I take the cuff to the shoe shop in town. They sewed on a black elastic strap (which looks nice) to the cuff. NOW the cuff doesn't move at all, after shooting about 50 shells through my Stogger the cuff stayed in place. If you buy this cuff, which I now think is expensive considering I had to spend the time and money to make it functional, keep in mind you'll have to do something like I did. I apologize to you all for not having spent the time to make sure all was fine when I wrote this review. What amazesme is that this is Galco product of which I have many holsters, They need improve on it.
Pros: great craftsmanship, nice leather and look
Cons: won't stay in place when shooting without modification...
Would recommend: Yes
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galco butt cuff, 12 gauge

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, ND Written on February 22, 2011
This butt cuff really compliments my coach shotgun. Read where someone had a problem with it loosening after shooting. Solved that problem by tightening the lace with small pliers. Does not budge. Worth every penny. Real nice leather and great fit.
Pros: craftsmanship, fit, looks, quality
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Galco Butt Cuff, 12 gauge for right handed

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, ND Written on February 17, 2011
Optics Planet didn't have it in stock, about a 4-5 week wait.You should call to see if in stock. What an outstanding piece of craftsmanship. Read from previous buyer how it came loose when they fired their gun. I used my leatherman (pliers) to tighten the lace. It will not budge. Beautiful piece of leather to compliment my Stogger 12 gauge coach gun. Worth every penny. I like buying from Optics Planet, but since they didn't have it I got it from Galco... got it in 5 days.. but paid $30 more
Pros: quality, looks, performance...
Would recommend: Yes
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Galco Butt Cuff for 12 Shotgun

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on July 31, 2010
I knew this would look great as soon as I found it online. I put it on a wood stock Remington 1100 that I had customized and it really dressed it up nicely. and it is very functional as well giving easy access to five extra shells. I like it a lot and would recommend it to anyone. It is a little expensive and I had one of the cheapy velcro on camo neoprene models but as soon as this Galco cuff came in that old one was gone. It was not as stable and it looked crappy compared to the Galco. I just wish that I had found the Galco cuff sooner.
Pros: Looks great and is functional
Cons: A little pricey but is so much nicer than fabric models...
Would recommend: Yes
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A must have!!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 19, 2009
Put this on a Stoeger Coach Gun sXs shotgun and it looks great. Goes good with the rustic cowboy look. Holds five 12 gauge rounds very tightly with out sliding around when fired. Comes in different round sizes and a must have for any one sick of the cheap nylon cuffs sold everywhere else.
Pros: Install is as easy as lasing your shoes.
Cons: none that I can think of right now...
Would recommend: Yes
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