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Adding a Rib

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 1perazzi, May 24, 2013.

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  1. 1perazzi

    1perazzi Member

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    Hi all. I normally shoot a high rib gun and just purchased a new barrel that has a flat rib. I know their are companies that sell add on ribs but would like to play around with different heights before purchasing one. Suggestions?
     
  2. acss

    acss Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    balsa wood from hobby shop or take a dowl rod orsized and trim it down


    take a micrometer and measure a high ribed gun you shoot well- chamber vs muzzle % of slope then do the same % on new barrel and make wood the same
     
  3. BENCHREST

    BENCHREST Member Supporting Vendor

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    Hi; give me a call and I can help you with a little simple homework on how to find out which height will work for you. Thanks Joe 631 319 6959
     
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    flashmax Well-Known Member

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    Joe is a fine man to work with. He helped me out with adjustable comb hardware for my Browning Ultra XT that was shooting loose. Took 3 days of his time and he did it right. Broke a 98/100 Singles with the Shotgun this morning. Not bad for a Class C shooter, new shotgun, new glasses, and after a 27 year layoff.

    Thanks again Joe.

    Don T. Littleton CO
     
  5. DecalDude

    DecalDude Active Member

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    I recommend Add-A-Ribb nice product when your ready to put something permanent on. They even have adjustable ribs!


    Jerry Lewis
     
  6. docbombay

    docbombay Well known trouble maker

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    For Price, Quality and Service, you just cannot beat Add-A-Rib.

    But beware, Joe has that funny New York accent so when requesting his help ask him to please speak english!

    (Inside joke....Take that for the cried like a school girl comment to Quizzy.)

    Doc
     
  7. Raystownbob

    Raystownbob Active Member

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    Another vote for Add-A-Rib. I wanted to use a set of 20 gauge Blaser F3 Sporting barrels on my Super Sport. I talked with Joe, then made a wood rib to experiment for a while. I ended up with their Adjust-A-Rib and am really happy with it. Very fast service and super nice people.
     
  8. Lurefish

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    Did you happen to buy a 32" Perazzi with a 10mm step rib. If so, I have a nice DeVault delrin rib that sticks on. Will raise POI about 6 inches.....Ken Jeffries
     
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