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My new clay buster - Rizzini Vertex Sporting
November 28, 2017
9:48 pm
Squamish, British Columbia

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I have been going out to shoot trap a little more this year and I really have fun with it, I have been shooting with an old Breda Auto 12 long recoil 12g that leaves me with a bruised cheek after 100 rounds.  As with most field shotguns, having to paint the target was leaving a lot of straight shot rising clays difficult to time and I was wanting to get a dedicated trap gun.


I pondered for months, considered many brands and tried a few other O/U at my club and I realized that I need something with an adjustable comb to accommodate my long face.  I scratched off Berettas, as only the DT11 fit me and I didn’t want to spend 14k on a gun, I had a budget of $4k. 


Anyways, one of my favourite gun shops gave me a deal on this Rizzini Vertex Sporting and I just picked it up today.  Christmas in November!  I can’t wait to bust some clays.


Does anyone have any O/U cleaning/maintenance tips for lube etc? Enlarger Enlarger Enlarger Enlarger Enlarger Enlarger

November 29, 2017
9:02 pm
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Nice gift, that’s a real beauty!


November 30, 2017
6:00 am
SOWELA (Southwest Louisiana)


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Very nice (I’m a Fabarm guy, myself)…  One thing that was very helpful when I started clays was to get an adjustable butt plate installed.  That made more difference than the cheek piece. Bore Tech shotgun blend is my go to cleaner for the shotguns- great on the plastic residue.  Soak the chokes and the plastic wipes out.

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