I've got a 686 Silver Pigeon 1 20 ga Field with 30" barrels and the gun weighs 6.4 lbs. I've been looking for a supplier of 3/4 oz shotshells in order to mitigate some recoil (3 shoulder surgeries) and additionally achieve a smoother swing and I have come up empty. So in order to add weight, but not to the gun itself, and to gain some measure of recoil reduction, would there be any benefit to adding weighted gloves of 1/2 lb each to bring the total felt weight up to 7.4 and thus achieve my objective? It seems like it would indeed translate to an equivalent weight addition to the gun as the balance point would stay between the hands. The weight packets are 1/2 lb each and come two per glove, with the option of using one or both packets per glove. The total added weight could either be 1lb or 2lb., effectively making "the gun" come in at 7.4 or 8.4 lbs. as I swung to the target. So I'm asking, does it sound like my theory would hold in actual practice?