I have an older, although practically new, Browning Citori, Grd III. It was won at a DU banquet in the late 80's by my dad. He never shot it and has given it to me. I took it out to the 5-stand today and didnt do too bad. The only thing I had a problem with was using the safety/barrel selector switch on doubles. It is made so that you have to move the selector to safe before you switch barrels. I was shooting the under first, so to switch to the over I had to pull the safety back, push it over to the left, then push it back up to take it off safe and fire the second shot. I was trying to do this without looking at the switch, almost unconciously, but fumbled over it on several occasions. My thumb doesnt naturally sit on the switch, so I have to feel for it when I go to switch. Is there anything I can do, other than sit here with the stock to my cheek practicing the motion, to help with this?