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My Benelli SS has upped my averages the past two years simply because of it's light weight (as a trapgun) and pointability. And the fact you almost never have to clean the operating system is just frosting on the cake.

I use a rubberband (the big blue ones off celery/broccoli bunches work fine) as a shellcatcher for singles/handicap and had a deflector nub added for doubles. Side note: put the nub on the lip of the receiver cover, NOT the barrel extension.

Aside from the deflector the only modifications have been the addition of a Kick Eez stick-on cheek pad and a Limbsaver slip-on recoil pad. The trigger was 6 lbs. out of the box but worked down to 4 lbs. after a couple thousand shells.
 

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Ed,

Deflector nub on barrel extension will stop bolt from going forward or will break off due to same. Nub on the lip of the receiver cover gets the job done without the aformentioned problems. Just the nature of the design I'm guessing.

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