Monthly Archives: March 2013

What High Post Ribs Do


Bruce Why is the rib on the Browning Citori Skeet gun have a slight slope towards the muzzle? Would this not make the gun shoot high? I shouldered a couple different Brownings using the closed eye mount and the best … Continue reading

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Buy Used…


The Golden Rule: Never, ever buy a used gun without shooting it unless you really, really know the brand and model of gun. Example: if you have six Winchester Super-Xs and need that last one to completely corner the market, … Continue reading

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Barrel Length…


Few things engender so much discussion among sporting clays shooters as the best barrel length. It is the Technoid’s considered opinion that the best barrel length is the longest one which retains good balance. Now for the usual painfully detailed … Continue reading

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A Balancing Act…


Norbert Nimrod hovers glassy eyed in front of the shotgun display at the local gunshop. The proprietor enthusiastically touts the benefits of the latest London “best” Smythington Chutneygout sidelock or pigeon pounding Spaghettini Porcini over and under. The spiel invariably … Continue reading

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Moleskin Stock Adjustment


Hi Bruce. Well I took the step to shotgun heaven and bought a heavy metal K gun from Wisconsin. I have been talking with them about raising the point of impact and need a dose of technoid wisdom and knowledge. … Continue reading

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Why the FPS Limit In The ATA Rule Book?


A question for Bruce….. If increased velocities are of no advantage when shooting clays, then why does the ATA specify F.P.S. limits in their rule book? This rule seems to suggest that the faster velocity shot shells would be an … Continue reading

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Browning Citori 725 Feather 12 Gauge


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