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tucker301

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  1. I know it's a PITA to do, but the only way I finally got my SBII right was to take the tools, the shims, and all to the range and freehand shoot some pattern boards until I got what I wanted. Somewhere or another I posted a link to an article describing how it's not quite as simple as changing shims, because the as you raise or lower the comb, you also affect the geometry of your sighting axis. It's all over my head. I hated Geometry in school and was usually drunk through second period, so I just gave up and did the above.
  2. You could also try using the shorter LOP recoil pad, which would raise POI.
  3. tucker301

    Barrel cleaning?

    I clean after every hunt when shooting waterfowl or doves. End of the season for turkey, unless things get wet.
  4. 2A makes no mention of country of origin. Their little theme is invalid.
  5. tucker301

    forend fit

    They all do it. Not a problem.
  6. Monday afternoon - The boys show up
  7. Monday afternoon - The boys show up
  8. Sunday morning, outside my dining room window.
  9. I bought a new place in the country last Fall. So far I like it a lot!
  10. I need one of those, so I can stay home and sleep late.
  11. Either one would shoot buckshot or slugs. It's simply a matter of using the proper choke tubes.
  12. Press the shell forward slightly to relieve the backpressure.
  13. I think someone on here has mentioned making a D shim by trimming down two lesser shims and combining them. Should be a pretty simple bit of math and careful work with a sander.
  14. I setup a large sheet of paper, at least 36 x 36 and spray paint a 4-5" dot in the middle. At 30 yards, shoulder and fire the gun three times. Don't aim, just point and shoot naturally by bringing the gun up and firing when on target. Don't fire rapidly. Re-acquire the target for each shot, just like shooting clays or birds. Examine the pattern density to determine if the bulk of it is high, low, right left. Typically, you want 60% high and 40% low. If the pattern is low, use a lower lettered shim to raise the pattern. A will raise the pattern and C will lower it.
  15. LOL http://www.gunbroker.com/Semi-Auto-Shotguns/BI.aspx?Keywords=montefeltro+20
  16. Here's a clip of the presentation.
  17. The point is that the OP can do nothing about it. I'm sure some Republican members were equally preoccupied, because no testimony was going to change their minds either. So what?
  18. You'll probably want to pattern the gun and possibly change drop shims for best results.
  19. An Inertia gun is a poor choice for skeet shooting, unless you're going to follow the manufacturer's minimum load specifications. That being said, many have no problems with light loads, after a thorough break-in with heavy field loads. You don't need 3.5". Just shoot high velocity heavy field loads in 2.75" or 3". About 3-4 boxes should be a good start.
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