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Injured by shotgun. First time trying skeet


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My shooting is improving. 39/50 on the sporting at CPC Northall today and 12 on the compac. Skeet was good fun but plenty of room for improvement!

Ripped the skin on my trigger finger, possibly on the ejector (which is razor sharp). Made it painful to shoot but still whipped my friend!

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How did you manage to do that ?   Hah!  Trying to retain the cartridges rather than eject me thinks. Pleased you had fun because that is what it is all about.  I did the 410 day at the West Mids, no intention of winning anything but we had a ball, lots of laughs with friends.

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No idea, just think that's what it must have been. These Baikal guns are normally renowned for their build quality but this one is covered in sharp edges. Probably from when someone used it to hammer in fence posts

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On 17/09/2021 at 16:46, spandit said:

No idea, just think that's what it must have been. These Baikal guns are normally renowned for their build quality but this one is covered in sharp edges. Probably from when someone used it to hammer in fence posts

I have a Browning Prosport and THAT is the same  ?? I usually pick up a cut or two,  when cleaning around the ejectors.

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Just now, rovercoupe said:

It could be the bottom of the trigger that’s cutting you, baikals are known for this, a few licks with a file on the bottom edge normally sorts it out.

Ah, that's possibly more likely. I'll check, thanks

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