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Chokes for pheasant hunting
Last Post 26 Feb 2012 07:53 AM by ricke. 1 Replies.
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jamesonUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:1 jameson
18 Dec 2011 08:31 PM

    a lot of guys are going to fancy aftermarket chokes for their duck guns these days.  What do you think of that for pheasant hunting?  I use a modified choke anyway so it's not like I couldn't just go to my factory full choke if I wanted a tighter pattern.  I can sort of see it with ducks since you have to use steel shots.  Seems like a waste for pheasant hunters... am I wrong here?

    rickeUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:4 ricke
    26 Feb 2012 07:53 AM

    I like aftermarket extended chokes briley or carlson. I don,t think factory chokes are up to par.
    I have pattern many choke you need to know the bore size to pair up with the
    choke tube for best result. I have pattern one factory remington mod choke in two remington barrels one pattern like mod and one pattern like ic because the bore size
    was not the same size do to quailty control. hope I help . when ordering a choke and you tell the bore size they will match choke to your bore.

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