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90-T Impact

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by rugerton, Jun 15, 2007.

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  1. rugerton

    rugerton TS Member

    Jun 1, 2007
    What is the estimated POI ratio for a low rib 90-T 34" fixed full?

    Anyone have one that they have patterned?

  2. Rollin Oswald

    Rollin Oswald Active Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Brillion, WI
    Larry is referring to the height of his eye above the rib when he shoots. It is the amount the rib is tapered down in front and the height of the eye relative to the rib involving the drop at the comb dimension that determines how high guns shoot.

    If you now shoot a gun with a comb that is parallel to the rib, you might compare the drop at the comb dimensions on your gun and the 90-T. Then find the amount of taper on the rib and compare it to yours. It should give you an approximation.

  3. cmptrwz1

    cmptrwz1 TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Just a point on stocks for the 90T low rib remington made 6 different stocks that change the piont of in pack thay range from 1-6 all changed the hight of the comb and the drop at the pistol grip which in turn change the point of in pack to tell which one that you have you have to take off the stock and look on inside that goes to the reciver or under the recoil pad it will have a number stamp on it from what I remeber the higher the number the lower it shoot so a 6 will shoot 50-50 and a 1 will shoot 90-10 you can call kolar to be sure or remington hope this helps
  4. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    I'll help you out with this.

    The 90-T low rib gun had four different stocks. Each one is marked.

    #1- this is a 1-1/4" parallel monte carlo

    #2- this is a 1-3/8" parallel M/C

    #3- this is a 1-1/2" parallel M/C

    #4- this is a 1-1/2" parallel straight stock (no M/C)

    Having pattern most of the 3800 guns that were manufacured, shooting the guns at 40 yds, with the beads aligned as a figure 8, the center of the patterns were very close to 3-4 inches high. (approx 60/40)

    Because the altering of the drop at the comb is very simple, it's possible to find or have one that may be slightly higher or lower. This can be checked by actually measuring the drop, or by looking at the inletting (you'll probably see some file marks)

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