Monthly Archives: October 2020

Steel Shot Test #4


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Steel Shot Test #3


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Steel Shot Test #2


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Steel Shot Test #1


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Old Hulls And Chronos


Dear Technoid: I would like to know what is happening as a hull is reloaded many times. Do you know of an article reporting the results of scientific tests, with reports on variance, etc? Also, do you have suggestions on … Continue reading

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Cross Dominant Skeet


Dear Readers, Mark is a AAA class skeet shooter. He is also strongly cross dominant. Since cross dominance affects so many shooters, I thought you might be interested in what fixes worked for this top class shooter. Cross dominance fixes … Continue reading

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Nested Pair


Dear Technoid, I occasionally have read the term “nested pair” in reference to sporting clays, but have never seen it defined. Can you explain what a “nested pair” is. Keep up the good work and thanks! Kenneth Dear Kenneth, The … Continue reading

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Stiff Citori


Dear Master Technoid: I have an older, fixed choke Browning Citori, 12 ga., 28″ barrels. Opening the action after shooting seems very stiff. I am no 98 lb weakling but I really have to work to open the action. While … Continue reading

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Backboring A B-25


Technoid, My question is regarding Belgian F.N. Browning Superposed shotguns. I am presently shooting a 28″ Browning GTI as well as a 30″ Browning Ultra for sporting clays and trap. After reading through the Technoid archives I discovered your concept … Continue reading

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Gun Balance


Bruce, Yesterday I was in the local gun shop and picked up the beretta A400, Browning Gold Hunter and the Remington 11-87. Each was different, the Remington balance was heavy out front, the Browning more even front to back and … Continue reading

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