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AdamoM2

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About AdamoM2

  • Birthday 04/18/1965

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    Waldorf, Maryland
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    hunting, fishing & golf
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    Permit Runner
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  1. IMO, the Super Sport. It has good balance, feels great, is accurate, and will not put a hurting on your shoulder. It's perfect for all of the clay games.
  2. I just wanted to wish all of you fellow Dads out there, a happy Father's Day!
  3. You are going to love it. Let us all know how you make out with it.
  4. I bought my SS strictly for clays. It's simply awesome!! I have an M2 28" w/ comfortech that I use for hunting.
  5. I haven't been in the clays game too long either, but I was told by some seasoned shooters to use modified to full for trap, IC for skeet, and probably for sporting clays as well.
  6. Congratulations!! You made the right choice. You are really going to enjoy the SS, and you'll smoke alot of clays with it. My scores have definitely improved.
  7. Hi, Both are great guns and you couldn't go wrong with either. I don't have an Extrema 2, so I can't really comment on it , but a couple of my friends do, and they use their's solely for hunting. I just recently purchased a Super Sport. Like you, I wanted a gun solely for shooting clays. I did my research, and narrowed my choices to the Super Sport and the Beretta AL 391 Technys Gold Sporting. They were priced about the same , but I liked the fit and feel of the SS, much better. The SS is light, is a soft shooter and with it's 2 piece receiver, is quick and easy to clean. Both the SS and the Extrema should cycle the lighter loads. I haven't shot anything less than 1 1/8 oz., but from what I have read, the SS should cycle 1 oz. loads. I'm going to give it a try , soon. Also, the Extrema 2 is a 3 1/2" gun. Personally, I don't need a 3 1/2 " gun for clays or for hunting. If the fit and feel of the SS is better for you , then I would say get it. I promise that you will absolutely love the gun!
  8. Thanks! I'm already crazy about the gun. I'm probably going to buy a shorter gel pad to shorten the LOP. I had to buy a strap on shoulder pad due to my tendonitis. I'll also try shooting a box of 1oz. loads to see how the gun performs with them.
  9. I just bought an SS with a 30" barrel to use for trap, sporting clays, and the occasional round of skeet. It shoulders and swings quite nicely, and is pretty accurate. I'm quite pleased with it, and I'm sure you will be too.
  10. So far, I've shot 3 rounds of trap, a round of sporting clays, and my first round of skeet. The SS performed flawlessly at all three games. As I mentioned previously, my trap scores have improved with the SS. It's a great all around gun, and really fun to shoot. It's also really easy on the shoulder, which is important to me because I have really bad tendonitis in both shoulders, more so in my right one. I'm going back out to the range on Thursday, and I can't wait to shoot it again.
  11. I must have overlooked some of the packing grease when I first cleaned the gun. So, I took the gun apart completely, gave it a thorough cleaning, and shot a couple of boxes of the AA Super Handicap heavy loads. Problem solved! The gun is awesome. It shoots like a dream, and my trap scores have improved tremendously. I highly recommend the SS to anyone in the market for a good clays gun. Thanks for the advice!
  12. Congratulations!! That is quite an achievement. I know you are proud.
  13. I just picked up my new SS, and took it to the trap range to try it out. I only had time for one round. I absolutely love the gun, but encountered a small problem. The gun twice failed to eject the spent shell. I also noticed that when it did eject the other shells, they just sort of fell to the side, as opposed to flying out as they do with my M2. I used Winchester AA Super sport 1 1/8 oz #7 1/2. I cleaned the gun prior to going out. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I would hate to go out on the sporting clays range and have the same thing happen. Thanks in advance.
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