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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by KelleyPLK, Jun 14, 2007.

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  1. KelleyPLK

    KelleyPLK TS Member

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    Ribs high shooter and Low shooters , I like a high shooting Gun without
    Stacking spacers in comb of stock . Im going to look at Bowen 90/10 rib anyone with experince tell me how that gun might shoot from 27 yard like fairly quick shooter attack targets responce













    Pat Kelley
     
  2. MX/MT

    MX/MT TS Member

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    Huh???
     
  3. lumper

    lumper TS Member

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    I interpalate it as that he is asking anybody who shoots a high or low ribbed gun about how the Bowen 90/10 barrel shoots since he likes to shoot a high point of impact gun but does not like allot of spacers in his adjustable comb and he is a fast shootin sunofagun from the 27yd line.
     
  4. Tailbuster

    Tailbuster TS Member

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    An adjustable rib is a nice way to get a 90/10 pattern especially if you don't want an adjustable comb. The answer to your question would really depend on whether your present gun shoots 90/10 and you shoot well that way. If so, you'll probably like it. If you don't know whether you are shooting 90/10 now you'd better figure it out before you buy a rib shooting that way,

    all the best,
    john
     
  5. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    Your right Bill. Pattern % are hit and miss. Best to discuss POI at inches above aim point at a given yardage, and then it may still vary.

    BTW. Bret is giddy as a school girl about the Alfy. JR
     
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