Monthly Archives: January 2014

Shooting Driven


Dear Bruce, I have just read your answer to high driven in the shotgun report, and I have a different take on it. An incomer straight over your head, you just need to be in front of it (over the … Continue reading

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Link to February 2014 RELOAD!


February 2014 RELOAD! Published by Connecticut Travelers Sporting Clays Association

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Free Mount Starting Position For Sporting Clays


Dear Technoid, I’m not familiar with the “free mount” position for sporting clays. Could you please clarify the meaning of the term? Thanks again, Joe Dear Joe, Glad to. “Free mount” in sporting clays simply means that the shooter may … Continue reading

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Gunfitting


Dear Technoid: Several months ago I saw a Saturday morning television show about a ranch in the East or Southeast where there was a gentleman from a shotgun manufacturer who spent a half a day or so fitting a shooter … Continue reading

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Bad Back Shotgun


Comment: I have just found Bruce Buck’s article “Reducing Recoil” very helpful. It contained and clarified a lot of reading i have done recently. Following back surgery in 1991 I gave up my shotgun and rifle as virtually unable to … Continue reading

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Top Barrel First?


Dear Bruce Why would a competition o/u shotgun be designed to fire the top barrel first and the barrels choked accordingly ? I noticed this in a older perazzi catolog. Thanks Frank Frank, An older competition gun firing top barrel … Continue reading

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Reducing Recoil


Dear Technoid: I recently purchased a Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag. I bought this beast because I do a fair amount of waterfowl hunting in salt water and always hated to take any of my “good” guns to get rusty and corroded, … Continue reading

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