Posted 01 December 2011 - 07:32 PM
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Posted 08 December 2011 - 06:45 PM
Posted 08 December 2011 - 11:21 PM
Very true. And I love the fact that the man with that was so friendly and had so much knowledge will be the same guy working on my guns. A huge plus. I can't wait to have his work performed in the next few weeks. Thank you again.Glad to hear you only had a small problem with the new gun and that it was an easy fix too. I bet by now you can't wait to take a day off of diaper duty and let that beauty terrorize the fields. And while I'm at it, I should also add this too. A while back you (clampdeddy) were explaining the advantages of a two trigger SxS versus a single trigger. I would have to add one more reason that I recently learned about single trigger SxS's or O/U's. I did not realize that many single triggers on double barrel shotguns are inertia driven, meaning, the recoil changes the trigger sear selection. And while this may not be a problem for trap shooting or lighter field loads, we have learned this year that my much heavier field loads cause a double discharge at times . And since I won't give up my heavy field reloads, it looks like it will be two triggers for me.
Right on Bisley! I never would of thought that a shop that could offer such a quick turnaround was actually a home business, but it makes sense. Less cooks in the kitchen. You'll love the work he does.
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