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Does anyone know what the numbers relate to in regards to point of impact on the barrel hangers?

I have a #1 hanger and it seems to be about 60/40 to 55/45 with the beads in a figure 8. I have to almost touch the bird with the bead on a straight away shot.

I'm looking for 70/30 and what number hanger that would be.

Thanks,

Dave
 

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I'm willing to bet then, Rebel, that my #1 hanger is supposed to be 50/50 with the beads in a tight figure 8 or stacked.


OK - Who has a number 4 hanger to sell?
 

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See the attached link. ( if it doesn't open completely click on front hangers)This 50/50, 70/30 80/20 stuff is different for each individual. You're # 2 should shoot pretty high, there is only one hangar that will shoot higher. In this case, about all you can do is try a few until you find one that hits where you want. GaryL.
 

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Gary, those hangers are for the K80. If common sense prevails, then the number system should parallel the two guns.

Of course, we know how rare common sense is these days.
 

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Hi:

I just checked one of my KS-5's, game bird edition; it came with several hangers.

The smaller the number, the higher the point of impact.

Hope that is of help.

David
 
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