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Stock fitting -- Sharing my vast knowledge

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Texas Ton, Jul 7, 2007.

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  1. Texas Ton

    Texas Ton TS Member

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    Hey spelling bee champ, how long since you took a test? Cancels has one L, amount has one M.

    I don't own a gun with a bead on it, I never see the rib and the stock is too long, wanna play?
     
  2. chanmarine

    chanmarine TS Member

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    Piddie, as long as your continuing to feel vastly superior...........along with all of the other items, the last time I looked, "lessons" was not a verb.......but "lessens" is.

    Keep pluggin' (I know).........you'll get there one day.
     
  3. chanmarine

    chanmarine TS Member

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    Did you catch the other one?
     
  4. jakearoo

    jakearoo Active Member

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    Do ya clonk em on the head when ya catch em or just let em flop around?
     
  5. C H S

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    What's a Piddie?

    Andy
     
  6. hubcap

    hubcap TS Member

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    "I aim out my targets with my fiber optic front bead"

    If you're aiming - you're missing.
     
  7. C H S

    C H S TS Member

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    "1. Most trapshooters are shooting a stock with a comb too high.

    2. Most trapshooters are shooting a stock with too long length of pull."

    I'm gonna just assume that the genius who wrote these facts measured the combs and stocks of every trap shooter on the planet to find out that most of us are doing it wrong. And if most of us are doing it the same way, wouldn't that make it the preferred (AKA "right") way to do it?

    Andy
     
  8. Tron

    Tron Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    Fact: You're an idiot.

    Myth: You're a Trap shooter.

    Tron.
     
  9. ric3677

    ric3677 Well-Known Member

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    Usually a bucket of water is enough but in this case we better have a big tanker. The smell of that reel whirling is really bad. Great stuff to fish with tho..

    shoot well and have fun......Rickyd
     
  10. phirel

    phirel TS Member

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    I will give my opinion on stock fitting that is a little different.

    1. Many shooters shoot a stock that does not fit very well.

    2. Most shooters do not know what a well fitting stock feels like until they are lucky enough to stumble on one.

    3. Professional stock fitters are very good but most require that you mount your gun the way they feel you should mount the gun. Any change in gun mount changes the way the stock fits.

    4. Some fortunate people can shoot just about any stock configuration. These people usually have very short necks.

    Pat Ireland
     
  11. Tron

    Tron Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    "I'm on topic and know lots about guns, lots about gun fit, and lost of trapshooting technique".

    Yes, you are lost on trapshooting technique.

    Tron.
     
  12. 12Gagejon

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    Only miss spelled Verb I want to hear is "pullit" Jon
     
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