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BROWNING CITORI PLUS???????

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bowhunting11, May 23, 2012.

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  1. bowhunting11

    bowhunting11 TS Member

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    I bought a browning citori plus and it has 30 inch barrels. Its okay for singles and doubles but I shoot flat for thoes. And I like a high shooting gun from hc. The barrels it has has an adjustable rib . Could I get aanother set of barrels have the top or bottom cut od an but an adjustable rib on it.. Let me know what some of you pros think!:)
     
  2. spritc

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    Does it have an adjustable comb? If it does raise your comb to shoot handicap. If it doesn't, have a stock guy cut and install adjustable comb hardware. Usually around $175 - $200
     
  3. bowhunting11

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    It has one, but I liked my beads stacked
     
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    I`ll sell you another set of 30" barrels and throw in the reciever and stock for free.
     
  5. bowhunting11

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    Id prefer 32 but Whatcha want for that?
     
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    Id prefer 32 but Whatcha want for that?
     
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    Id prefer 32 but Whatcha want for that?
     
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    Id prefer 32 but Whatcha want for that?
     
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    Im open to offers! What ya want?
     
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    Id rather have 32 but watcha want for them?
     
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    Id rather have 32 but watcha want for them?
     
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    Im also wanting suggestions to what some of u would do
     
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    Theres no way im selling the gun
     
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    Then either add a bump over the mid bead to bring the mid bead back into play or put an ADD-A-RIB adjustable on for around two hundred dollars. Check them out at www.addarib.com. My choice is the adjustable rib, hands down


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  15. bowhunting11

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    Would I have to get curtin barrels or can I just get a regular set of barrels and get them fitted
     
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    See if you can win this gun off of Gunbroker, then sell your present gun (should take about an hour on here) and you'll be a lot happier. Your gun choice is a good one, but what your trying to accomplish (barrel fitting) is the long way around, filled with aggravation and headaches. It's better to spend your energy concentrating on your shooting. I'm not trying to belittle you, I want you to succeed.

    With your adjustable comb you should be able "correct" your Point Of Impact between events by adding/subtracting washers under the comb. You'll have to teach yourself to ignore the midbead to make this work. The adjustable ribs on the Plus guns do not lend themselves to continual/quick adjustments, you must drive out the roll pin in the muzzel end of the rib and move it from the high to the low setting or vice versa. The rib, being made of aluminum, will not like this for many cycles. You have a good adjustable gun there, but changing it between events isn't just a twist of a dial. Good luck.
     
  17. bowhunting11

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    Philk pm me
     
  18. RemingtonReloader

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    Dude, what Phil is saying is he will sell you a whole gun... At the price of a full gun... -Aaron Schneider
     
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    That`s correct, will PM later tonight.
     
  20. bowhunting11

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    Idk if im intrested in a whole gun but let me know watcha got with pictures and a price.
     
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