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When I looked for steps in the ribs of the O/U, there wern't any. So my conclusion is that these are specifically for sporting clays and maybe skeet. The drop on the combs was also an indicator that they weren't trap shotguns. I know that some had adjustable combs, but the lack of steps on the ribs showed the real usage.
 

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When I looked for steps in the ribs of the O/U, there wern't any. So my conclusion is that these are specifically for sporting clays and maybe skeet. The drop on the combs was also an indicator that they weren't trap shotguns. I know that some had adjustable combs, but the lack of steps on the ribs showed the real usage.
 

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None of this means shit if the wood don't fit. Most of these clowns doing the rating probably have never shouldered 2/3 of those guns.
 
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