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I put one on my beretta 391 this past summer when i was shooting in t-shirts and i did'nt think it made a huge difference, but shot all summer with it. Now here in PA where the weather is getting cold and i have to wear my shooting jacket, i switched back to the factory pads because of the l.o.p.(limbsaver increases the l.o.p.) i feel the limbsaver made a big difference for me. Especially with the gel-pad. I'm shooting the factory soft pad. I will put the limbsaver back on this spring :D As far as you doing something wrong i dunno, maybe gun fit? Thats my 2cents :D
 

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I have no explanation for you, Brett.
I've put Limbsavers on seven of my shotguns and in every case have enjoyed a noticeable reduction in recoil.
Did you change anything else at the same time???
 

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Brett257 said:
...and it made no difference at all. It seemed to increase the recoil. Did I do something wrong? I thought these were supposed to dampen recoil.

What do you think?

-Brett
They do; by what theory they could increase recoil I have no idea-- except you might have a stock fit issue.
 

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Put a Limbsaver on my old Benelli M1 Super 90 a few years ago before going to Hudson Bay for a week of hunting snow geese in the Conservation Season. A week of heavy shooting 3" shells and the Limbsaver greatly reduced felt recoil.

Sounds to me like you radically changed the fit on your 391.
 
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