Speedbump Stockworks offers a lifetime warranty to the original owner of the Bump-Buster or Auto-Buster system. Please read the instructions that accompany your system or watch our video on YouTube for help.
If your system develops a problem, please contact us to arrange for a replacement or repair of your system. This warranty covers defects in material or workmanship only. Customer misuse or abuse of the system will be repaired at the customer's expense.
**Please note: This warranty is VOID if someone other than Speedbump Stockworks tries to repair your system.**
Friday, November 26, 2010
Ty Weaver reporting in
My young friend, Ty Weaver, is a shooter and a writer. He likes to share his 35 Whelen rifle, equipped with a Bump-Buster, with other young shooters on safari in Africa. This is Ryan and the Red Hartebeest he shot with Ty's rifle. Here's what Ty says in an article he wrote in the current issue of The Lakecaster from Lake Sam Rayburn:
"Adults, here is a good tip for you: Recoil reduction plays a key role in keeping a kid's interest in shooting and also plays a major part in shooting accurately for youngsters. The less recoil, the less flinching by the shooter. No kid, including me, likes to be pounded by recoil. All the kids reading this know what I mean. The less recoil, the more fun shooting is! Ken Rucker has a recoil reduction system that he can put on most stocks. It's called the Bump-Buster Recoil Reduction System. He put this system on my 35 Whelen and I tested it in Africa. It is a must for all kids. The system works! My 35 Whelen shooting a 225 grain Barnes bullet recoils less than a 243! "
Posted by Carolyn Rucker at 10:08 AM