Rocky White· Premium Member
Now shooting a Kolar Regal Flat Rib Sporting with a K-80 Super Scroll back up.
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I have spent all of this year trying to get my Kolar to shoot well for me but it just hasn't worked out. I have shot around 7,000 rounds through it this year and I probably should have given up on the gun 4,000 rounds ago but I am not a quitter and apparently not real smart. I really like the gun but in over twenty years of shooting sporting clays competitively I have never shot nearly as poorly as I shoot with the Kolar. Let me repeat that I really like the gun, it is beautiful, it moves as smooth as butter, it is heavy but feels light in the hands, the trigger is one of the best, it feels good in the hands even when you miss a target, it is all you could hope for in a high quality high dollar shotgun. The Kolar is certainly on par with the Krieghoff and Perazzi and maybe better in some areas. Sure, part of the problem is me but I really can not explain the other part but there is something that keeps me from scoring well with the gun. I am going to make one more, last time, shooting the pattern board this week but unless a big light comes on I am going back to my Krieghoff. I am not blaming the gun, it is just a me/gun not bonding thing. I will probably keep working with it in the background but it is not going to be my main gun moving forward.