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Silver Seitz, Titanium or Steel receiver

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by bbourdage, Jun 25, 2008.

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  1. bbourdage

    bbourdage Member

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    I have been trying out different gun configurations, and have really taken a liking to the Silver Seitz gun. It does get a little heavy after 300 clays.

    I have not been able to shoot a Titanium receiver yet, does anyone have firsthand knowledge on the difference.

    Do you notice a difference between the two receivers ?

    Does the felt recoil change much ?.

    Thanks for your responses.

    Barry
     
  2. VAMiket

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    PerazziBigBore, Why?
     
  3. zoom

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    When I had my Seitz built I tried both. I thought I would go all the way and get the titanium reciver but I bought a steel reciver, money was not a factor at that time. I felt the gun made of titanium was too light and for me moved too fast. If I were going to get the Seitz O/U it would be steel as well.I feel I need the weight (mass) to take up recoil. My Seitz comes in at 9 3/4 lbs. and that works for me. This is just my two cents. Good luck
     
  4. bbourdage

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    Thanks for the info, I was curious about the difference in felt recoil, I do not notice the recoil at all on the steel units.

    Barry
     
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