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Added about 1.50 pounds to my Blaser. Added weight to front and back to balance gun. The guns is not front heavy or back heavy. Great weight system on Blaser. Easy to install and remove weights. Seems to smooth out my swing better. Up 10 targets from this years average on both 16 and caps. I was shooting terrible before. What does your gun weight? Weights 10 lbs as of now and plenty of room to go. Thanks
 

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Kolar top single w/ smallest barrel weight 10 lb's.
backup Remington 90T 10.5 lb's. Both feel just right for me.
 

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I think the key is balance. Many guys just put weight on the front and none in the back.
 

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From previous thread............

Subject: Heaviest Trapgun?
From: X Trap 2
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Date: Tue, Jun 01, 2010 - 12:08 AM ET
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My SBT Bill Cole with the lighter tapered monobloc 34" barrel weighs 9 lb. 10 oz. It has added adjustable comb. Briley choke tube and a Graco adjustable butt.Others ........

Cole 34" with Graco adjustable comb & LOP butt...9 lb. 10 oz.

BT99 Grade Six 34"...............................9 lb. 2.5 oz.

Perazzi TMS 34" with Soft Touch..................8 lb. 6 oz.

Krieghoff K5 34" ................................9 lb. 8.5 oz.

Ray.......
 

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Earl really the Key is Gun Fit not Weight . My Perazzi TMX at 8.2lb will kick less then my 9.5lb LJutic with any load .
 

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TM1 8# 5oz. And that includes a G-Squared stock system. Doubles==Bel. Browning Lighning Trap,no mods is 7# 12 oz. I use Gold Medal factory Extra-Lites to help reduce recoil in the Browning.
 
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