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What I wanted to know is you said something in your posts about using your B&C shim or C&A shim for the right POI on your Beneelli.Just wanted to know how you do this to make it work right.My SBE11 shoots high with the B shim and too low with the C shim I thought you my be able to help with POI on my Benelli.Thanks for any help on this matter,Boo

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What I wanted to know is you said something in your posts about using your B&C shim or C&A shim for the right POI on your Beneelli.Just wanted to know how you do this to make it work right.My SBE11 shoots high with the B shim and too low with the C shim I thought you my be able to help with POI on my Benelli.Thanks for any help on this matter,Boo

 

Mine shoots too high even with the C, so I shaved down the A and added it to the C to make it shoot even lower. It now shoots like the D shim in my SBE I's.

 

I only do this for waterfowl. For turkey, the B shim is perfect for how I shoot.

 

mudhen - CA

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Thanks mudhen for the reply I`ll work on it with the shims somemore,boo

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Hey mudhen i was shooting my sbe II the other day over a pond and started shooting turtles. I noticed that if i lined up both beads dead on the turtles head the shot would hit him but it seemed the majority of the shot was a little high. Could this be due to the raised rib on the benelli vs. the low rib on the browning? What do you think?

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Yeah, mudhen.

How do you sight turtles with a Browning? :p

 

You're hitting high because you're aiming high.

Place the front bead on top of the mid bead, making a figure 8.

Place the figure 8 just below the turtle's head.

 

/I can't believe I just wrote that

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