This thread is all about shotgun fit, specifically how my shotgun fits me. I have read dozens of old threads, watched videos and scratched my head, a lot. I have a basic (read rudimentary in the primitive context) understanding of adjusting shotgun fit, and a better idea of how my shotgun should fit. Per the advice of a video I was watching, I settled my stance, took a deep breath and with my eyes closed mounted my shotgun... When I opened my eyes I was looking squarely down the rib at the bead (well my fiber optic anyway) and my cheekbone was (again per the video) about 1 1/4"-1 1/2" behind the front of the comb. Surprised at how well this was going, I repeated this relaxed, eyes closed mounting procedure 15 times with the same results. All sounds well, but I am still left with a few questions. The above seems to tell me that my shotgun is a good fit for me, the LOP seems good, my sight picture seems good and it is comfortable to mount and I don't feel as if I am straining my head or neck to do it. I also have a few hundred rounds through it now, and where I point is where it shoots. However with the utmost importance placed on how a shotgun should fit and to that every aspect of said fit be perfect, it seems unlikely that my mass produced 870 fits me so well. I guess that is my question, with all that said does my shotgun seem like a good fit?