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shell deflector needed

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Kalina, May 20, 2012.

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  1. Kalina

    Kalina TS Member

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    I shoot a Whinchester Super X2 and don't want to have to worry about hitting the guy next to me with emptys. I saw a stick on deflector at the MN state shoot a few years ago but now I can't find one anywhere online. Anyone know the manufacture.

    Luke Kalina
     
  2. Rufus80

    Rufus80 TS Member

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    Birchwood Casey stick on shell catcher
     
  3. Kalina

    Kalina TS Member

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    I have tried the stick on catcher and didn't care for it. I would like somthing that would work for doubles too.

    Luke Kalina
     
  4. Rufus80

    Rufus80 TS Member

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    Google Tom Morton company they make a combo shell catcher recoil reducer but it is not cheap.
     
  5. open choke

    open choke TS Member

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    Tronspace does them also. They specialize in beretta semis but they may be able to help you
     
  6. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    You were asking about a deflector and everyone is telling you about shell
    catchers. "Open choke" told you about Tronspace. They install a button in the chamber that deflects the shell. However, there's alway one or two hulls that
    get thrown our farther than you would like.

    The stick-on deflector you were thinking of is Carey, who make the Carey closer,
    a shell catcher, and a deflector. Don't buy it, it doesn't work. I've tried
    it, and I know a number of other shooters who tried it and threw it in the garbage.
     
  7. superxjeff

    superxjeff Active Member

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    The carey products were desoined for a specfic gun. They were never designed for a sx2.

    There is not a product on the market that fits your needs.

    The only option you have is to get somebody to weld a knock down pin on the barrel like on a stock factory remington 1100 trap.

    The only catcher is the tape on job the guy above has pictured. They work but they sure are ugly.
     
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