Monthly Archives: June 2012

Remington Deflector Stud


Dear Technoid, Thanks for all the great shotgunning information you provide. My question concerns a barrel modification I believe I first learned about at your site. The mod is supposed to throw ejected shells out of an 11-87/1100 more towards … Continue reading

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Beretta 304 For Grouse


Bruce, Where can I find the A304 Silver Lark from Beretta, short of taking an airplane ride? I am looking for a lightweight, gas, 12 gauge for ruffed grouse hunting and that one fits the bill best. I’ve called Beretta … Continue reading

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20 Gauge Non-Toxic


Dear Bruce, With the introduction of bismuth and tungsten polymer shot shells, I was wondering if using a 20 gauge (2.75″ chamber) gun was now feasible for duck hunting. I have a 20 gauge Browning Citori that I shoot pretty … Continue reading

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Shortening A Gas Gun


O! Technoid, master of all things ‘noidal prithee: ergo: to wit: My wife recently handled the Rem 11-96 and would like to move up in bore (I am apparently boring enough at this point) and is considering the purchase. Due … Continue reading

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Leads Vs Speed


Dear Bruce, I’ve been using a Federal Gold Medal reload w/ Clays powder for 1oz loads @ 1125fps for skeet. Soft shooting & good patterns for me over the stake. Has anyone used a similar load w/ 7 1/2s for … Continue reading

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Oil Soaked Wood


Having seen a few oil soaked stocks and heeded the mighty words of the technoid, I now store my guns muzzle down. But a gunsmith acquaintance of mine recently showed me a forend that had oil damage. I know that … Continue reading

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Mid-Hudson SC-Station 2


A simo pair of quartering targets that cross directly in front of the stand. The trap machines are on right and left, about five yards in line and on either side of the stand. Some can break both targets with … Continue reading

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