Lisa - I am 5'4" and have had a similar question. I now shoot a 32" K-80 with the 10 - 6 mm rib for skeet/sporting clays and a BT-99 for trap. The answer is to try shooting the gun and find out what works for you. I am recoil sensitive and the heaver weight of the K-80 works for me at 32". Please be aware that the newer K-80s have gone to the 10-6 rib from the 12-8 about 4 years ago. That made a big difference. Blaser has lighter barrels that swing nicely, but the recoil is a little heavy for my liking. On a SBT like the BT-99 34" is not a problem. Billy
Gross Man: Would you say the 34" SBT swings similarly to the 32" O/U barrels?
I am 5'2" and currently shoot 30" barrels, and I am considering 32" for my next trap gun. I was thinking the longer barrels might have less muzzle jump for doubles and continental trap (and added resale should I change my mind).
I also wonder if there is a signicant difference between 30" with extended choke tubes and 32" in terms of balance and weight.