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I Was Bored Today, Wanna See the Inside of a Shotgun Cartridge?

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2 hours ago, Giraffe said:

Is that a Lyalvale Express by any chance? I got given a box years ago for some reason but never used them :D


 

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3 hours ago, rocketdogbert said:


 

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Aha! yes they look familiar. They were quite expensive last time I looked and the only gun I can use destroys my shoulder so maybe the lighter cartridges would be better. I use whatever cartridges my friends use and apparently they like the heavier ones. My friend's wife uses a 20 gauge I believe which would be way better for me

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3 minutes ago, Giraffe said:

 

Aha! yes they look familiar. They were quite expensive last time I looked and the only gun I can use destroys my shoulder so maybe the lighter cartridges would be better. I use whatever cartridges my friends use and apparently they like the heavier ones. My friend's wife uses a 20 gauge I believe which would be way better for me


My shoulder is the same, grip and stance help, but 21’s have about the same recoil as a .22 rimfire, great little shells. You got a section2 FAC or do you borrow guns?

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1 minute ago, rocketdogbert said:


My shoulder is the same, grip and stance help, but 21’s have about the same recoil as a .22 rimfire, great little shells. You got a section2 FAC or do you borrow guns?

I inherited the thing so I had to get a section 2 for it and my friends drag me clay shooting quite often. I'm right handed but shoot left handed so although my stance sucks I get better scores shooting left handed. I might try a bunch of 21 grams next time. Every other gun I tried, like my friend's over/under is heavy and has a soft recoil pad but mine weighs nothing and has a solid plastic cap on the stock. bleeh

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If you add lead into the stock and make the gun heavier, the recoil will reduce still further.

 

I don’t  get on with rubber but pads, they don’t slide properly as I lift the gun 

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good idea, but i think i'd have to replace the entire stock with lead... my gun weighs like half my friend's Beretta over/under. can't even remember the make/model of mine. it's got a wood stock but plastic pump grip at the front

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3 minutes ago, Giraffe said:

good idea, but i think i'd have to replace the entire stock with lead... my gun weighs like half my friend's Beretta over/under. can't even remember the make/model of mine. it's got a wood stock but plastic pump grip at the front

 
Have you taken the butt pad off to see how much space you have?

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Just now, rocketdogbert said:

 
Have you taken the butt pad off to see how much space you have?

Yeah I just tried. there's just the hold for the bolt that attaches the stock to the body, sadly. I might try shooting right handed, my stance is better and it's less painful :D

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4 minutes ago, Giraffe said:

Yeah I just tried. there's just the hold for the bolt that attaches the stock to the body, sadly. I might try shooting right handed, my stance is better and it's less painful :D


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