My wife moved down from a 32 inch bt-99 to a 30 inch micro now the lack of weight is really punishing her. I’m loading a 7/8 load 16 grains of clays.
Did you go down to reduce weight? You can add weight to the stock and forend. Otherwise, as someone has already said... PFS. Or soft touch. Gracoils are ok for what they are. Rad is better if you don’t want to spring for the more expensive moving units.My wife moved down from a 32 inch bt-99 to a 30 inch micro now the lack of weight is really punishing her. I’m loading a 7/8 load 16 grains of clays.
Yes it is mainly the weight that makes the difference.The gun was just to long lop and barrel I’m going to try adding around 7 oz to the butt stock to get the weight back close to the standard. I figure this might help a little. Does anyone have a experience with mercury recoil reducers from what I’ve always heard it’s mostly the weight that helps recoil so lead would do the same thing.
Yes, I have one and was able to test it out. Yes better than a kickeez in the recoil department, but it is not in as many shape/curve options ...might not be everyone's cup of tea but worth a look imo. Worth the money when you consider the cost of getting a pad fitted by a gunsmisth, they have a ton of patterns already but if you need something specific you can measure and they will be able to find one that fits your stock.Spanishhammer have you used this?If so how much better is it than a kickezz pad?Is it worth the money?Thanks Hinch
Here is a recent thread that has a lot of info about them.Spanishhammer have you used this?If so how much better is it than a kickezz pad?Is it worth the money?Thanks Hinch