Author Archives: bcbuck

Fixed Choke Beretta


Dear Technoid, I have recently acquired a Beretta 12 ga. o/u shotgun from my brother who bought it new in Italy when he was deployed overseas with the Navy circa 1971. I can’t tell exactly the model, but it has … Continue reading

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Books On Gunfitting


Dear Technoid, Looking for a book on Gun Fitting. I just started Sporting Clay & would like to know the proper way the gun should fit. Is there a book on this subject that you can recommend. Bob   Dear … Continue reading

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Reloading Polywad Spreaders


Dear Readers, For those of you who prefer the excellent MEC 9000 progressives and would like to load the Polywad spreader buttons (mushrooms? umbrellas?) on top of the shot charge, the following letter from Jeff tells you how to do … Continue reading

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Basic Reloading


Good morning Bruce I’m about to take the plunge into reloading. I’m having a lot of fun with my two young boys shooting with me now, but I’m getting wiped out from ammunition costs. Any savings at all would help. … Continue reading

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Maximum Range


Dear Technoid, At what point does shot begin to drop significantly enough to include this in the calculations(guesstimations) of lead on a distant target, 45yds, 50yds, 60? I’ve encountered some pretty lengthy shots (over 40 yds) and was wondering if … Continue reading

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Unique Cross Dominance Fix


Dear Readers, Once again a Shotgun Report reader has come up with something practical, simple and ingenious. This fix for cross dominance may or may not work for you, but it is sure worth a try. Success with this technique … Continue reading

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Stock Bending


Hello Technoid. I wrote to you about fixing up a Remington 3200 for sporting clays vs. buying a new gun. What I did was sell the 3200 and buy a Browning Citori Lightning Sporting. I’ve shot about 600 rounds with … Continue reading

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