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Old 10-14-2015, 04:10 AM   #1
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Setting up a pump

I've been thinking of setting up a pump just for some charity shoots next year. I've got a smooth Mossy 500 to start with. What do you think would make a pump work to its full potential?

This is just to compete in the pump class.

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Funny guy! It's also going to be the secret weapon for Apr. Trap at VanZant.

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Regular barrel, gun that properly fits. For grins and giggles at charity shoots, an IC choke, for trap shoots, a M chokeFinaaly, practice, practice, practice........
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Old 10-14-2015, 06:53 AM   #5
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you need all the secrets you can muster up to beat randy, lee! that guys was a machine.
hes lucky i didnt have my regular gun. i would have beat him!

PATTERN YOUR GUN when you get it.

mel was shooting a brand new old stock RRL and he couldnt hit anything. he went and patterned it down in back and found out he had a gun shooting a 30/80 pattern!
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It came with a 28" threaded VR so that's covered. I was thinking of a little bling with a Boyds stock and forend. I'll have a 30" for the trap duties.Maybe an add a rib.

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I'm a bit weird about walking a different path.

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I saw that Bob, after that he was on fire.

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you need all the secrets you can muster up to beat randy, lee! that guys was a machine.
hes lucky i didnt have my regular gun. i would have beat him!

PATTERN YOUR GUN when you get it.

mel was shooting a brand new old stock RRL and he couldnt hit anything. he went and patterned it down in back and found out he had a gun shooting a 30/80 pattern!
Most likely why they went away.......,,TWICE!
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I've been thinking of setting up a pump just for some charity shoots next year. I've got a smooth Mossy 500 to start with. What do you think would make a pump work to its full potential?

This is just to compete in the pump class.

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