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Straight ribs, Tapered ribs, which is best?

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  1. jmas

    jmas TS Member

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    Which ever one you shoot better with !!!!!!!!!!!!

    jmas
     
  2. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    Spicey pork ribs are the best. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Keep your eye on the bird and you don't have to worry about the rib. HMB
     
  3. maclellan1911

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    Bit of a wonder for myself, why does the Browning cynergy trap model have a tapered rib and the O/U barrel of a cynergy clasic trap combo have a straight rib?
     
  4. 1Ljutic1

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    I agree HMB!!! Spicy ribs all the way...as far as guns, I always liked the adj. on my Browning Plus guns. Now I have a Ljutic Mono with a mid rib and it works great for me. I would like to try the Olympic rib though. Steve
     
  5. shoot'er

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    I myself like the continual ribs like on a Bowen or Seitz. I think you can see a lot more with them.

    jd
     
  6. jakearoo

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    Country style or bone in? And, what is the best rub to use? Jake
     
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