I have a mid 80s 1100 trap. I like the gun for the most part and can likely hit well with it if I can dial it in for me. Most of my questions surround what the right mount should be for the butt pad to my shoulder, and what I should see down the barrel, as well as how much my head should move to the butt for the cheek weld? I know it is a trap with less drop to shoot high. the question is, is that the right play today? I don't find myself hitting on the rise of the clay, but rather waiting for them to crest or fall. I think mostly to give me more time to acquire the target. something I realize is an issue. I have wider shoulders and find that if I mount the gun blind where it feels right, I need to tilt my head to the side about 1". Even then, my sight pins on the vent rip are not aligned. I can move the gun in on my shoulder a bit but that is not natural for me. As well, for proper leveling where the pins are aligned, I need to move the butt up about 1.5" or almost half off of my shoulder. I am a LEFTY shooting a RH gun but I do not think this gun has any factory cast in it. The real issue here is I am just not sure if a gun that is designed to NOT shoot where I look is right for me? However, I can certainly see where this could work well for trap in that if you are on target, you may not see the target because you are leading it. Thoughts and ideas? As well, if adjustments are needed, I would like to do my own. I was considering machining an adjustable butt plate but they seem cheap enough to buy. I was also considering adjusting the angle on the butt/receiver union to add more drop and maybe a little cast? Or will that not work? I think I may want to add an adjustable butt plate so I can setup for trap, then also setup for sporting or hunting. EDIT: to add to my post, I was testing a bit with my mount with this gun and determined that most of my problem (I think) is the radical low cast. It was my understanding the beads should almost stack or one right above the other. The only way I get that sight picture is to mount the gun to where it actually feels right on the cheek, the barrel looks pretty well aligned, but the butt pad feels unnaturally high. It could be the angle of it too but the pad sticks up about 1" over my shoulder. Again, gun feels decent everywhere else. I am surprised to see the cast looking pretty decent but I really think a touch of comb adjust would add to my confidence since I think I have to work a bit to get it to align.