"Let me tear your gun apart first," he said, and I handed him my beloved Perazzi over/under, which I bought used years ago and rely on for all my competition shotgunning. "The Monte Carlo stock is wrong," he said. "It's fine for level targets, but the butt sits too low on your shoulder. And if you get an overhead target, it's going to slide right down your chest. Also this orange front sight is bad because it draws your attention to the muzzle, and you want to look at the bird, not the muzzle. All you should have is a small brass bead."