S-E Ergonomic Butt Plate

Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by steve cole, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. steve cole

    steve cole Member

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    Hi all,

    Just wondered is anyone has had any experience with SE Ergonomic hooks? They look a lot thinner and less bulky than the systems gemini, just wondered if anyone had experience using one? Don't really want to spend £340 on a hook thats not up to the job. Currently I'm using one of Brian's printed hooks and it works great! Much nicer to use than the 4765 but i like the look of the SE and thought i would give it a go :D

    Any help would be much appreciated as always.

    Cheers
    Steve
     
  2. BDL

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    That might be the one Conor has started using

    bri
     
  3. steve cole

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    Hi Bri,

    Cheers for your help mate, i will drop him a PM :D

    Steve
     
  4. BDL

    BDL Dangerous

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    Hi Steve

    you're welcome, if it is he was praising it up

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  5. Red8989

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    Butt Plate

    What's so good about this butt plate then?
     
  6. Jon

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    Had a couple, very long, tall mounting plates, easy fit/adapt, far less adjustment, well made but theyre no Gemini for similar cost.
     
  7. steve cole

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    This is what i would like to find out Red8989... its a lot of money and apparently a rather heavy hook. But it does look very adjustable?

    Never seen one in the flesh mind as most people use 4765's or Gemini's. But thought about something different and it just caught my eye.

    Steve
     
  8. Red8989

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    So would you go for a Gemini over this then Jon?
     
  9. sniper08

    sniper08 New Member

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    Are they only available from intershoot?
     
  10. Jon

    Jon Member

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    Next best thing Red.
    Might have some piccies fitted?
     
  11. sniper08

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    Why is that Jon? What makes the Gemini a better hook in your opinion is it the adjustability or the fit its self?
     
  12. Conor

    Conor Never been banned from sales Staff Member

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    Personally I prefer it over the Gemini, which I didn't get on with at all. It's heavier than it looks and is well made. No need for two knobs IMO as one would do the job.
     

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