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    Default PICTURES OF YOUR STAKEOUTS

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    The first Stakeout - Concept Weapon - November 2016
    Gabriel Suarez

    Turning Lambs into Lions Since 1995

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    Gabriel Suarez

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    Gabriel Suarez

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    I've been reading the posts and watching the videos about the merits of the Stakeout and wondered if it made sense for me.

    On the last Saturday in May at Jon Payne's shotgun class in Orange, Texas...I came face-to-face with Jon's Stakeout.
    Wow! What a Beast! Wow! What a beauty!

    Finally, on Sunday afternoon, it was time to shoot the Stakeout. I sent the first load of 00 Buck into the target and, as I pumped the next she'll into the chamber and fired again, my mind was hollering "I HAVE GOT TO GET ME ONE OF THESE!" I managed the beast, but it sure gives me motivation to improve my upper body strength. I ordered a Stakeout 2 days later.

    Here it is, fresh from my first live fire practice. Initial shots were printing a little high, but more work on my part, both dry and live fire, my performance is improving and putting the pattern right on target.

    The combination of factors - parts, SI fit and finish for grip texture/action work for smooth operation/porting, low recoil buckshot and the "stretch" technique makes this an awesome tool.

    Results on paper targets are interesting. The top target Federal Premium 00 Buck, 9 pellets @ 1145 fps. My aim was a still a little high. The lower target is Federal Premium 4 Buck, 34 pellets @ 1100 fps. Target distance was 8 yards. Both loads look as if they'd get the job done.

    So, once again, that dang Gabe Suarez has shown me another way to be more effective.

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    I recently added an RMR and side saddle to my Stakeout. Wow, the RMR is nice. It is a must-add to the Stakeout. I was admittedly a little concerned about being able to quickly find the dot without any co-witnessed sights, but I'm having no problem with it. And regarding the side saddle, I didn't notice any negative effects in handling after adding it. There's no reason not to add it, especially since most people will be using their Stakeout as a car gun, and there's a good chance you won't have time to grab extra ammo if you have to exit the vehicle quickly.

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    I'm enjoying the heck out of my Stakeout! Really great work Gabe!


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