I'm 67, I shoot a 12ga. SBE II for ducks. I've had three back operations, two with massive infections. I have torn both rotator cuffs, the right one has been repaired and tore again. I have a great difficulty mounting a shotgun in heavey clouths, especially straight up. By the time I mount the gun to my shoulder and hunt around for the birds it's too late to shoot. My right arm won't go far enough up the stock unless I mount it parallel to the ground then move it overhead, which makes me too late to shoot. I DO NOT WANT TO GO THROUGH ANY MORE SURGERY. Any ideas? I've done extensive P.T.,to no avail.
Question by Ellery E. Worthen. Uploaded on January 30, 2009