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If the above is truly the case then fluting and adding weight to the backend might make things worse. You'll be changing the center of mass of the gun moving it closer to your shoulder (the first point of rotation) and have less mass on the end to help with muzzle rise without actually changing the overall weight of the gun.
I've not tried an inertial recoil reducer but if what they say about them is true, seems like a bad idea.
Yes, they were both factory loads, for sure. We were kids and didn't reload at the time.But I have read on more than one site that the .32 Win Spl would knock you around a lot more than the .30-30.That was certainly my experience. That rifle was stolen when I was 16. While I wish I still had it, I'm glad I haven't had to shoot it since then. LOL.Mike
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