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I just found a rib that can be added on to your rib at an reasonable cost, I ordered a tapered rib from Poly Choke with a height of .750 at back to .250
at the muzzle, comes wth attaching components and I had it drilled for a screw if I need it at the rear. a little over 2 ounces, there is a picture of one on a BT-99 on their rib web site.

This is the first I had heard of these types of ribs by Poly Choke, just look at the design, that is what sold me.

I ordered it for my Remington 11-87 Premier Trap.

They are installing a rib on a Daro Handy gun as I was ordering mine.

I wished I had known about them sooner, Old Dogs Can Learn New Tricks.


Gary Bryant
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Nothing new here. I had Tom Wilkinson add a delron (sp) rib to an older Browning about 15 years ago. He does excellent work.

My problem was the reverse of yours. My Browning 32" O/U (old style-light barrels) had both barrels shooting to the same POI, but that was 24 inches high. Tom added the rib with a reverse taper, meaning it was taller at the front than the rear. It shoots exactly where I want it too, which is 3 inches high at 30 yards, with the comb all the way down. I use this gun for sporting clays as well as trap singles and doubles, all with slight comb adjustments. I also take it with me as my backup gun for all trap events.

It has Briley thin wall chokes and a bitchin stock by Phil Simms,double releases by Allem.


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