Mystery Ranch

Mystery Ranch Cheeky Riser Rifle Stock Pack

Item No. 888564-112924
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Mystery Ranch Cheeky Riser Rifle Stock Pack


The CHEEKY RISER is a two-for-one stock pack that aims to make your hunting experience better than ever. It offers extra storage space for your ammunition, Ballistic Data Cards, or tools and includes foam shims to adjust height for perfect eye-to-scope alignment. Durable CORDURA Nylon construction means it can take a beating in the backcountry and still come out intact, and Buffalo Fuzz and hook attach points allow it to be adjusted to fit on the butt of your rifle. The most dialed modular riser and storage solution for your rifle.


  • YKK zipper
  • Includes Mystery Ranch Ballistic Data Card (Dope Card show in picture)
  • Comes with injection-molded foam shims to adjust height for perfect eye-to-scope alignment
  • Everything comes together at the bottom with an elastic cord lattice that is adjusted with a cord lock for optimal fit on your rifle stock
  • Inner side is lined with Buffalo Fuzz and has a Hypalon strap with hook attach points so that it can be custom fit to the butt of the rifle
  • Zippered pocket with loop patch on the front to attach ammo or data patch; interior of pocket has Buffalo Fuzz as another attach point and a vinyl detail pocket


  • Side pouch will fit cartridges up to 300 Winchester Magnum
  • UPC: 888564206164 - Cheeky Riser-Coyote-Lefty
  • Neoprene and Buffalo Fuzz
  • UPC: 888564204917 - Cheeky Riser-Coyote-Righty
  • Main fabric is 500D CORDURA Nylon
  • UPC: 888564206171 - Cheeky Riser-Foliage-Lefty
  • UPC: 888564204924 - Cheeky Riser-Foliage-Righty
  • YKK coated zippers
  • Dimensions: 5.25"x8.25"x3"
  • UPC: 888564206157 - Cheeky Riser-Black-Lefty
  • Weight: 0.3 lb
  • UPC: 888564204900 - Cheeky Riser-Black-Righty
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