base7ballrj wrote:norcalhunter, i may have been a little vague on the whole pile thing :) the shells don't necessarily end up in a pile, but in a pretty reasonable closeness to where i was shooting from. and i can definitely understand losing shells in the water. those things jump outta that gun so quick. i also got the opportunity to fully load up my gun (4+1) and shoot it empty as quick as possible. The gun is fast to say the least. it shot every time i pulled the trigger in probably a little less than a second or so. i was impressed. also, i was wondering if anybody here knows what the stock is actually made out of, as mine got hit by a shattered clay bird on the sporting clays course and got a pretty bad scratch. if anybody has any input as how to fix that scratch up, that'd be great. thanks a bunch. plus, no problems with mine since my last post, and i discovered that it's key to make sure you have GREASE on the locking nut, etc.
Kurt Lehman wrote:You are right this is a very good thread for owners of CTI's, I looked at them myself a couple of times but did not like how they fit me. If Remington would have only thought about shims I may have bought one. I would have rather bought a gun built in the USA than Italy. I had my SBE II up for sale three times since it just never fit me right but with no luck selling it I decided to put a limb saver pad on it and wow its a whole diferent gun now it lands in pocket of my shoulder the same everytime unlike the comfort tech pad, I could never nail down what bugged me about the SBE II until I changed the that dang pad!
Good luck with the CTI's, fight the good fight and keep them in the field it's a shame that Rem threw in the towel with it I think it was a good idea.
bmoy1920 wrote:LOVE Giada!! I would love to use my pass on her!
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