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Is there a way to reduce recoil on inertia driven shotguns without affecting reliability of the gun? I've seen some with mercury recoil reducers in the stock and didn't know if this was a good option or if there was any another option. Thanks for all the feedback!
 

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Would adding weight interfere with the operation of the inertia system? I know it wouldn't with gas, but I don't know enough about the inertia system
 

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Adding weight will have no effect on how the gun functions and will reduce recoil. You can also consider some type of recoil reduction device.

The real question... is this gun going to be used in high volume target shooting or just an occasional trip into the field. IMO, inertia guns are a poor choice for clay target sports. These guns are incapable of shooting light target loads and their recoil is excessive compared to a gas operated gun.
 
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