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I purchased a 10 ga. Browning Gold Light and used it this past season on ducks and Canada Geese. I absolutely love the gun in general. My only issue is that it shoots somewhat high.

This was proven on the patterning board and out in the field. Now that season is over I'm experimenting with raising the rib with some home made invention, just to see if it helps. I haven't had much of a chance to try it out though.

Can any of you help me out here?

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