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SBS shooting very high
Posted By: papa20eyes
Date: 7/7/20 02:42
I'd like to solicit some ideas on this one. I have an Ithaca model 37 20ga SBS that I recently built via Form 1. Always been a desire of mine to create a super handy little 20ga on the Ithaca action, which I admire. It took a while to find an old 20ga beat up enough to warrant the project, but it turned out great, especially after shortening and refinishing the stock. It has a squat little stainless steel bead, which may be some, though not all of the problem. It shoots really high. I had a main-sized silhouette over the patterning board at the range, maybe 10-15yds. I have to aim at about dick-level to connect with the upper torso. Any thoughts? I could obviously get a taller bead, but that will likely only get me part way. Are there any ghost ring set-ups that you all like, preferably something that won't ruin the classic aesthetics? I could also just deal with it and aim low. Thanks, appreciate it.
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