I’m not a big, tall guy. I’m not a giraffe. But in order for me to sight down the rib of my Yildiz 12 ga O/U without bending my neck over to the side, I have to raise the butt plate about 3/4 of it above my clavicle totally unsupported by my shoulder pocket. Suffice it to say I have been compromising and bending my head over the gun with the butt plate quite a bit lower. Not ideal. Optimally I want to get my neck and head straight up and relaxed. Before anyone suggests I get a fitting, fear not. I am going for one tomorrow. But I expect so much work will be needed on a $450 gun, it will be a real quandary. What to do? I think the stock will need bending down or shimming down about 15°. And then an adjustable comb will need to be installed to raise the comb back up to my cheek pocket. Also when I don’t bend my neck over the stock, I can see the need for cast to the left (I’m left handed). That isn’t obvious when I displace my head to the left to get over the stock. I’m guessing I’m looking at a $600 bill or more for the work. The fitting analysis is free. Briley only charges for the actual smith work. What to do? Some folks will say the gun isn’t worth it. But because I paid so little for it, I am better able to spring for the fitting work. And the gun shoots great. I do quite well with it considering the bad fit and my inexperience. Decisions, decisions. I will report tomorrow what the fitter says.