Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lengthy Drivel On Forcing Cones


Dear Bruce: My back-up singles gun is an 870 TB that Remington manufactured in 1965. The barrel is 29.5 inches long, but I do not believe that it was ever cut (I inquired at Remington about the unusual barrel length, … Continue reading

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Beretta 391 Stuff


Dear Technoid: URIKA ! ………After five plus years of sporting clays with my faithful Browning O/U’s I’ve bit the bullet and purchased my first gas-guzzlin’, hull-chuckin’, single-barreled, rattle-trap! I’ve been considering this move for years but I just couldn’t bring … Continue reading

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Pattern Plate Paint


Dear Technoid, Our squad has its own 48x48x3/16 inch steel pattern plate that we use from time to time to check new guns and old shooters for point of impact, pattern density and new bad habits, among other things. So … Continue reading

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Belgian Browning B-25S


Dear Bruce, I really want to buy a B-25. I recently found an American Pintail, unfired in the case. The gun is #498 of 500. I can get it for $4,900. This is a little pricey for me, but it … Continue reading

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Raising Point Of Impact


Dear Bruce, I recently purchased a Beretta 686 O/U in 12ga.  I patterned the gun using the figure 8 bead alignment and found that the POI was exactly at the POA, a 50/50 or at least close enough to be … Continue reading

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Pitch For Flyers Gun


Bruce, You mention that you can noticeably affect felt recoil through stock pitch adjustment. It just so happens that I’m putting together a Beretta 303 that has a curved, hard plastic butt plate (courtesy of Cape Outfitters) It’s a Monte … Continue reading

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Pre-Mounted Gun


Dear Bruce, I have been shooting low gun for both skeet and sporting clays for the last several years. I learned the fundamentals from Keith Lupton, and have never held high mount since then except for an occasional round of … Continue reading

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