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Adjustable Comb Spacers For Sale

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Phil Kiner, Oct 31, 2008.

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  1. Phil Kiner

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    They are on a smaller caribiner and come with 10 1/16" (light purple) and 4 1/32" (white). They are all 1.125" in diameter with a hole large enough to fit all normal comb posts. I sell this set for $6.00 plus shipping (4.95). There is only one shipping charge if you order multiple sets and no shipping charge when you order either or both DVD's. pk
     
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    Phil,What changes to your stock do you make from singles to handicap? As to the height. Dave
     
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    I usually add spacers for handicap over my singles setting. I never change my singles setting.

    I carry spacers that are 1/16 (what I call 1)and 1/32(what I call 1/2) and depending on the club and the day I will add 1-1.5-2-or-2.5 spacers for the caps
     
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    Phil, Not able to understand your added spacers. Can you clarify for me . Thanks Dave
     
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    You're just going to have to figure it out yourself Grunt. The man only has
    1 3-3.5-4-4.5 grade education.
     
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    Dave (Grunt), if you have Phil's DVD, he has an excellent explanation of spacer use in it.
     
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    Phil,
    Some of these guys can count to ten if you give them enough time. Good luck.
    Jeff
     
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    Which DVD has this explanation in it? Sounds like a good Xmass present suggestion along with the spacers.
     
  13. Phil Kiner

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    The pink are 1/16 and the white are 1/32.
    Depending on the day and the targets and the club and the location: I will add either 1 pink or 1 pink 1 white or 2 pinks or 2 pinks 1 white or 3 pinks
    I usually recommend that my students find one setting that works for them and stick with it untill they really learn their gun and how it works at handicap.
    Jim- ya think?? Hows the health- give me a call on my cell-pk
     
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    Phil, would you send some pictures and information about you tapes or give me a site to go to get information? That is a great Christmas idea. Kirby Kelley
    kelleyspc@charter.net
     
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    I'll be in touch
     
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    I do have Phil's early DVD. I guess Ill watch it again. Thanks Phil I understand now couldn't decipher the first explanation. Thanks all
     
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    KK - Phil's website

    Happy shooting - Fred
     
  18. Phil Kiner

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    Grunt-- The new DVD is 100 times better than the first one-it covers a lot more territory and has more info and better shooting scenes- it is also longer over 200 minutes vs 80 on the first one. pk
     
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    Thanks Phil..
     
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    Eye Dominance is the single most undiagnosed, mis-diagnosed, misunderstood problem in trapshooting today. About 98% of women and 30% of men have a problem with eye dominance which leads to cross-firing. When shooters cross-fire they have mystery misses, good days then bad days, good traps then bad traps all for no apparent reason. This problem will frequently affect shooters over 50 and I am not sure why age is a factor but it is.
     
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