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About perrytrails

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  1. Looking to trade my 14 3/8 lop M2 comfort tech recoil pad for a 14 lop pad if interested. Mine has a few scratches but in good shape. Can send pics if interested............ Thanks....................
  2. I went trough this a couple years ago with my new M2. While changing shims might help some, it didn't help me at all. All the shells I patterned were too high. Called Benelli and had them send me a Nova Bead which is twice or three times as big as the orginal, it brought my pattern down, shooting just the tip of the bead, in sight on the rib.
  3. I'm using a Woodhaven Vision Aluminum, along with the red wing mouth call, and the crabtree sig mouth call from Woodhaven. The sound is just unreal, Bartman I too had trouble with my Vision at first, seemed to lose its grab on the surface. Just lightly knock the glase off your striker tip with 220 grit, and run your striker with less angle, almost straight up and down with the call and a little more pressure. Try it, that perfect rasp is sweet. I also use a Cody world class, and Woodhaven Laminated Oak strikers with both calls. Its just real turkey........
  4. I've had some trouble getting good even patterns from my SBE at 40 yards, so I picked up over $100's worth of ammo and had at it. Man my shoulder is feeling it, let me tell ya. Here's what I came up with. I didn't try any of the heavy loads, these are standard lead CP. SBE W/Jellyhead .655: the best pattern was Winchester Sup 2 3/4 6's with 1 5/8 oz shot. Nothing else was even close..............these are some of the cheapest turkey loads. ($7.99 a box last year.......Now $12.99 in my area anyway) M2 W/Jellyhead .660: Winchester Sup 3in 6's with 2oz followed by the same 2 3/4
  5. Yep, good old USA. Ya gotta love it. Earl Hicky says vacuum....
  6. I think we all agree that you point a shotgun at moving targets. And we might all agree that we aim at a stationary target with a shotgun using the bead, rifle sights, and or scope. Note I said might agree. Having said this: Livergsp, have someone stand behind you when shooting clays. He or she can see where you wad is going, high or low, and you can use the shims to compensate for that. You are pointing a shotgun when shooting at moving targets. As for the next debated subject: If your pattern is low when shooting at a stationary target using your bead or beads in your case, the on
  7. I just boosted my intelligence 3 fold, right there.
  8. I'm a noob, [ 05-16-2006, 12:27 AM: Message edited by: perrytrails ]
  9. Your exactly right siskr, be it two beads or one, changeing a shim will only raise or lower your shot when mounting a shotgun and shooting at a moving target. I'm also done with the horse! [ 05-07-2006, 07:35 PM: Message edited by: perrytrails ]
  10. Not trying to beat a dead horse, but here goes. I mentioned in a previous post, shiming the gun will make your gun shoot higher or lower depending which shim you use, IN REGARDS TO THE WINGSHOOTER OR CLAY BIRD SHOOTER, AKA... MOVING TARGETS. This is when you point a shotgun at a moving target. I don't care how you look at it, when you use the bead to aim a a fixed postion target, such as a turkey, your bead and vent rib are fixed to the barrel. Its gonna shoot where it shoots period. I don't care if you shim that stock with a brick, or turn it upside down. The only way to change it is adj
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