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    SeŮor Member Dewey Cox's Avatar
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    Congrats on the 25 straight.
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    Thanks guys. Everything is starting to come together and make sense of all of the help that everyone has provided. It just takes many rounds to pull it all together into a single round. The worse part is that I was keeping track. So on the last one, I knew that I had 24 straight. I needed to take the extra second and come back to the standard spot before calling for the target. With only 3 of us on the line in the last round of the day, it moved a little faster than I would like but I did my regular setup.

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    So IĎve struggled with face slap for years with my 3200. Tried a number of things, tapered pitch shims, adjustable butt plate, 7/8 ounce loads. When I bought it the stock was too low for me so I bought a stick on comb which brought it up to the correct height.

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    I got looking at it a while back and started comparing it to my TMX. I know Iíve got the soft touch recoil reducer there, but there is no face slap. This weekend I got out my tape measure and digital calipers and started doing some measuring. Iíve got access to 3D CAD and made some very simple models of the barrels, rib and comb. Since recoil is my main concern I used the bore of the top barrel as my Center line.

    First the 3200

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    First thing that is obvious is that not only is the comb not level with the bore, itís tilted up at the front.

    Next the TMX

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    That one tilts down in the front.

    So when the TMX recoils, the comb drops away from my face if it moves back, while the 3200 moves up into my face if it recoils back!
    In spite of all of man's grandiose achievements, he owes his continued existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains.

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    I can only attach 3 pics to a post so Iíll continue here.

    Now Iíll lay one on top of the other

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    Thatís a pretty big difference in angles. So a plan is forming in my mind. When I finally have a free evening Iím going to get out the heat gun and remove the old stick on pad. Iíll buy some mole skin and use it to build up the comb to match the profile of the TMX, then go see if the face slap is any better.

    I note that even though the rib on the TMX is taller, the ribs are parallel. If I can match the combs this should be a real fair test. If Iím happy Iím thinking of having a CIRS recoil reducer installed this winter. If Iím not happy then its time to send the 3200 down the road. Iíll update as I go.
    In spite of all of man's grandiose achievements, he owes his continued existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains.

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    So I got the ugly old comb pad off. Pity to hide that pretty lumber under that ugly old brown thing

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    And hereís my measuring set up.

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    Measure from the barrel end, mark on the masking tape a location, clamp the level to the rib and measure with the callipers. Never heard of anyone doing this before, but donít see why it wonít work.

    I measured some moleskin on my 11-48 stock, around .030 thick. That will give me some idea how much to add, although I will check it out with my measuring set up until Iím happy with it. Iíll pick up some moleskin after work tomorrow and if time permits Iíll give building up the comb a try.
    In spite of all of man's grandiose achievements, he owes his continued existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains.

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