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Barrel Convergence Again


Bruce Buck, I have a new Browning Citori Hunter that I use for trap shooting. I eventually want to shoot doubles. After owning it for 6 months. I thought I should do a little more than patterning and try to … Continue reading

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Barrel Convergence Again


Dear Master of Lead Scatter: I recently purchased a longer set of O/U barrels (from Beretta USA) for my 682 Gold Shotgun. I had these barrels fitted to my receiver by a gunsmith who specializes in Beretta shotguns. Unlike my … Continue reading

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Barrel Convergence


Technoid: I’ve been reading your responses for a couple of years now and you definitely have command of shotgun knowledge. That’s why I ask you this question about O/U barrel convergence. After much testing by several methods I have determined … Continue reading

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Barrel Convergence Woes


O Exalted One, May I be allowed to ask a humble question? I’ve been shooting a 682 gold E, 32″ for the past five months, I like it a lot, I shoot it fairly well 80-85 out of 100, very … Continue reading

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Changing Perfect Convergence


Hi Bruce, After finally getting my Perazzi MX8 O/U trap gun (fixed chokes & fixed stock) I have been out to several shoots and find I am hitting the bottom of most of the clays even though I see a … Continue reading

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Barrel Convergence Issues


Hi. Bruce The question I have is do you know of any gunsmiths that will try to correct this problem. This past spring I went to a Browning 525 32″ barrels when testing gun I noticed the bottom barrel is … Continue reading

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O/U Barrel Convergence


Dear Technoid: Boy, do I need advice! I am facing the necessity of parting with a few hard-earned bucks, and I never do that without advice from someone who knows more than I do. Fortunately, it is not difficult to … Continue reading

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