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SBE II stock adjustment


kacey joe
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I got a SBE II Max 4 for Christmas and have been shooting skeet with it and doing fine. I recently shot a sporting clays course with longer targets and didn't do very well at all. Today I went to the patterning board at my local club to see how my duck loads pattern and the pattern is about a foot high at 30 yards and worse at 40. I have the shim kit that came with it and the drop change schedule in the manual and I assume the B drop shim is in the shotgun because thats the only one I don't have. Here's the question does the stock need to go up or down? Any advice would sure help.

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trap and skeet two different shotting styles, what choke were you using to shoot at the trap? what choke were ya using for the skeet? i usually use a full choke for trap and let it get out there a ways before i dust it, and normally aim a bit high since it is going straight away at a fast clip unlike skeet! by the time a clay gets out past the thrower on the trap range you will be way past 40Yds! you start about 20 Yds behind tower to start with! ya gotta lead them a group. i usually hit 20 to 21 all the time!

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