blackpowder1 Posted February 19, 2015 Share Posted February 19, 2015 Hi all-around, Since my Benelli M2 consistently shoots left of POA with a wide selection of different slugs and manufacturers, I decided to roam through some forums in search of correcting the problem. Not only did I find that this was a common issue with a lot of folks - POI not equal to POA - but the most common solution offers was whacking the barrel against something like a tree or fencepost. So somehow, I thought I'm in the wrong movie until this "whacking" turned out to be quite a sport and accepted method to bend barrels in order to get them to shoot to point of aim. Are you folks serious? First, I have a natural aversion to whacking any part of my gun against anything harder than a predators head - four legged or other. Second, there must be another way of correcting the problem at it's root cause because I don't believe that a lot of barrels leave the factories bent to begin with. Perhaps someone out there can shed some light on this phenomena of seemingly crooked barrels and how to correct this issue other than? . . well, you know . . . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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