Silver's is the true red pad (that can be buffed to match a gloss finish stock.) Having an old stock (mocked up if changes desired) traced and (new, better wood and/or larger butt for less felt recoil) cut by CNC wood lathe is much cheaper than hand carving. Then checkering added. (MUCH less than the $1000s days.) CT Shotgun carries the full line of Silver's pads. They look the best but aren't as good at recoil absorption, so the reducer is highly recommended! IF you have a (stationary, table) belt sander or free-standing grinding wheel, some masking tape and a little patience, it's not hard to install and fit your own new pad. Here's a good opportunity to make the length of pull precisely what fits you (as the Silver's are available in many different thicknesses.) Last one I did was on a beat up old Steyr-Manlicher S/T 375 I restored for sale (using a coarse followed by fine grinding wheel) and it turned out perfectly. Good luck!
Not to be a jerk, but this isn't correct as many times as its repeated in this thread. Connecticut Shotgun does not carry Silver's pads. They make counterfeit Silver's pads. I've used them many times, they work out okay but they have had defective batches. I've had at least three with voids.
This is why there was a period in the past few years when they discounted the pads down to $15 each as closeouts but never explained "why".
Also, the black part of the CSMC / GALAZAN pads are brittle. If you are trying to bend them to a curved butt it is very difficult to do without cracking the pad.
Giving credit to a company making their own pad while calling it a Silver's Pad simultaneous with the legitimate company making authentic pads is dubious at best.
This isn't my opinion, these are the facts. Read the fine print on the CSMC website as they define and describe the Silver's pads.
Real S.W. Silvers Pads are sold in the UK by Kynamco/Kynoch.