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Shotgunning is a passionate sport. Enthusiasts put quite a bit into their guns, and they expect the best in accessories. Different shooters favor different arms. Some are fond of the single-shot, and others prefer a good autoloader or pump style shotgun. There are also the side-by-side and over-under shooters who favor a double barrel. Whether one is a waterfowl or sporting clay shooter, there are quality shotgun accessories available to enhance the experience.
Side-by-side shooters may enjoy a Bisley finger guard that goes behind the trigger to help prevent impact of the rear of the trigger guard with the middle finger. Side-by-side shotgun owners may also like a hand guard made in Britain by Bisley. The list of shotgun accessories is practically endless, but quality is a top priority for shotgunners.
Fit is also important. The shotgun must fit the shooter. The ideal is to have one custom made for a single shooter. However, budget-minded shooters can adjust things such as comb height and stock length using add-on shotgun accessories such as a GMK rubber comb raiser, spacers and even slip-on recoil pads. These items are also useful when the preferred shotgun is at the gunsmith for repairs. It makes it so a day of shooting will not be missed even though the favorite gun is not available.
Other accessories include replacement bead sights, cartridge cases and belts as well as choke tubes for Browning and Beretta shotguns. Safety flags, to mark the receivers of autoloaders showing that no shell is chambered, are a valuable field accessory. Every shotgun owner should also own a set of GMK alloy snap caps to protect firing pins when dry-firing.
Enjoying the sport of shotgunning is made better by using only top quality accessories designed exclusively for sport shooters who chose the shotgun as their firearm of choice. Be sure to only choose finely crafted accessories for a shotgun made by companies who understand the level of quality that shotgunners not only want but expect.