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Changing Point of Impact

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by XD Shooter, Feb 28, 2006.

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  1. XD Shooter

    XD Shooter Member

    Apr 15, 2004
    I have a Browning BPS. I want to change the point of impact. Right now I have to cover the target with the barrel. I want to be able to hold the mussle just below the target so that I can maintain the target in my vision. Can I do this and if so, How & How Much$$$$$$$. Thanks, Phil
  2. LHB1

    LHB1 Member

    Feb 7, 2005
    To raise the impact point, you must raise the rear sight (your eye) which means raising the height of comb. Find some 4"x6" soft pads of varying thickness. Tape one to the top of comb where you rest your cheek and test shoot gun at target board. Continue, using thicker/thinner pads until you find the right thickness needed. Simple fix is to glue such pad on top of the stock although it won't look pretty. More expensive way is to have piece of wood inletted into stock and reshaped to the desired height. Another way is a replacement stock IF you can find one with high enough comb or a custom made stock. Good luck.

    Good shooting and be safe.
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