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    Custom stock and grip maker, IDPA, IPSC, Steel, Sporting Clays.
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    Greg Gabel

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  1. I think I will just put the money toward a set of k80 barrels with choke tubes. Probably better return for money spent. Thanks
  2. Thanks for the responses guys, but no has has really answered my question. I think I’ll try a shotgun forum or two. Probably what I should have done to start with. Hope everyone has a great Christmas.
  3. Harbor Freight has worked for me but the one I have didn't come with a basket. I believe Lyman sells the same thing just with their branding so I ended up getting their basket. Of course fits perfect but was an extra $20.
  4. Bore tech carbon cleaner works well for me. Good luck. Let us know what worked for you.
  5. By entities I guess you mean venue which is sporting clays. Model 32 krieghoff if that makes a difference.
  6. They would take Briley thin wall chokes, not what I'm looking for though.
  7. Was thinking about having my non choke tube o/u barrels tuned by Kerry Allor or Jim Eyster. The chokes are IM & F. I'm thinking I'd like to have them opened up to LM & M, having the barrels polished out and the forcing cone lengthened. Was curious if anyone has had this done and did you like the results?
  8. #9 shot for skeet. 7 1/2 or 8 for Trap, and when others say magnum they are referring to the type of shot used in the competition shell (Remington STS or Winchester AA) which is harder then the regular field shotshells, not the powder load.
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    Trap gun?

    To me the A400 would be the way to go if wanting a semi auto. Fairly low recoil and dependable as well. You would have to put a shell catcher on it though to keep it from kicking shells out in the direction of the shooter next to you. Personally I'd check out Browning's BT99 or 100.
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    Muller Chokes

    I've run Mueller chokes in the past. They were good but I ended up selling them. The original chokes for me worked as well as they did.
  11. Try this. One of the best videos I've seen. While not for a 22/45 it should be similar. Kit made a huge difference.
  12. Tron would be the go to guy. Just send him the stock. Fast turn around and a professional job. If you do send your stock be sure to put something between the ears to help reinforce them. during shipping.
  13. Had a Ljutic Mono I shot trap with. Had a stock made to fit me so I could get the correct sight picture. Struggled with it for 6 months. For me it swung and balanced terrible. Felt like swinging a 2x4. Lost an average of 4 to 5 birds. Finally traded it off for a Perazzi. Scores went back up. Sometimes even if a gun fits you, it might feel better then what it was, but still not great.
  14. Briley chokes are as good as any. Choke depends on the relationship of the bore diameter versus the choke constriction. If the bore measures .729 and choke measures .719 that would be IC, same .010 constriction as a .740 bore with a .730 choke. .021 difference in choke sizes, both improved cylinder choke, but different internal diameter. So the choke tube constriction has to be matched to the bore diameter to get the choke you want. .000-cylinder, ..005-skeet 1, .010- IC, ect,ect.
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