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|Guest Message by DevFuse|
Posted 26 April 2012 - 07:46 PM
Main thinking is I have my adjustable comb ramped right up so as to not feel like a turtle sqeezing his neck into his shell as I have quite a long neck and face. This in turn means I see a shed load of rib and I would imagine cause the gun to shoot high??? I am hoping with the gun higher in the shoulder I can drop the comb a smidge and make it shoot a bit flatter as I seem to either miss over the top or just nick the top off birds.
When Carl Bloxham had a look at my gun mount he noticed where I put the gun up comfortable I had about 3/4 of an inch of butt plate above my shoulder and when I put it in the shoulder pocket I feel like I'm hunching my neck to get my face on the stock.
I also see a benefit with being able to move it sideways, I'm not a big bloke with quite narrow shoulders so it may help me to stop rolling my head over the comb to get my eye above the rib, in essence straightening the cast.
Thoughts from people who have tried one and do my theories make sense ?
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