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    I have a beretta silver pigeon that I had hushpowered. I couldnt hit the side of a barn with it till i popped to H&H for a fitting afternoon and discovered that 

    1, its a slight LH cast

    2, its shooting low

    Any hoo some electrical tape and a cartridge box or 3 and it was shooting dead on target. I was advised to swap the cartridge box for a beretta No3 gel pad which i did. Gun now shoots sweetly 

    I really dont like the look or feel of the beretta gel pad and I wonder what my options are to get the stock modified in a more permanent way ? the gun is not a looker as the stock was always quite plain ( i bought the cheapest donor gun i could) but i want to get the comb raised in line with the gel pad ( which keeps peeling off). 

    Can anyone outline the options ? 

     

    Q

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    ooh that i like... i tried to put a red dot on my mossberg but just couldnt get on with it

    is that home made ? how is it put on ? 

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    Yep just added a raised piece of timber to the stock with some bolts. Cut the top off the stock first though 

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    On 03/01/2019 at 21:48, Ultrastu said:

    Yep just added a raised piece of timber to the stock with some bolts. Cut the top off the stock first though 

    IMG_20190103_215148.jpg

    IMG_20190103_215220.jpg

    That's some suspicious looking leaves there 😅

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