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Ok...New Trap shooter here with a new to me 3200. I am considering adding a high rib to my 3200 as I have to really get down on the stock for lack of a better term to get the beads to stack. I am taking lessons right now so I feel confident that I am mounting the gun properly it just seems as though a high rib on this gun may help with my sight picture. The stock is a the standard trap stock with an adjustable pad that has the gun mount in its highest position. I will obviously consult with the pro that I am getting lessons from but there is a wealth of knowledge on this board and would love your opinions. Also...if I decide to move forward what rib would be most recommended?

Thanks for the advice.

Tony
 

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Get strips of balsa wood and a craft store, paint them black and tape to your rib. You can experiment to get the height you need. You can get some pins with the plastic top to make beads for it. In addition to the places already listed check out Add-A-Rib. They are way less money than the other places.
 
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