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Got my first adjustable stock HELP!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by MattSaban, Feb 6, 2010.

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  1. MattSaban

    MattSaban TS Member

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    Hey guys

    Got a 682X with adjustable stock, other than "feeling comfortable" any tricks? What is a good starting point?

    Thanks
     
  2. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    You need to get to a pattern board and see where it shoots. Most important first step is to make sure it shoots "dead on" right and left. If you pattern is right of your aim point, move your comb left till your shot centers your line of aim. Do this at 13 - 15 yards. We are not concerned above height yet.

    Once you get it shooting dead on, it's time to adjust height. Do you know where any of your other guns shoot for height at a given distance? If you do, adjust it to match that for starts, if not, you'll have to go the trap club and shoot targets, starting on straight aways. Then shoot Hard rights and lefts. Raise the comb to raise the point of impact.

    It's hard to answer you question since we don't know how consistant of a shooter you are.
     
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