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Best choke for jap trap?

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  1. oldsoul

    oldsoul TS Member

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    Suggs1,

    What's a"jap"?

    Scott
     
  2. ljutic73

    ljutic73 Well-Known Member

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    FULL!!!!!
     
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    Full or better. I have some 40 point Angleports I call my Radar Chokes. They MICROWAVE targets. :^)
     
  4. panthers314

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    turkey choke with 9's.............comb of #4/#5 shot with all the powder you can pack...........
     
  5. Dave P

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    So what the heck is "jap trap"?
     
  6. Shooting Jack

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    We call it Scrap and I use 19.3 grs of green dot under 1 oz of 8's in a AA hull. I shot my two best ever rounds a couple of weeks ago with a score of 22 and 21. Stations 3 to 5 are past the 27 yard line. Ours is also a wobble trap not standard which makes it a little more difficult. It's loads of fun and will make you try ever load possible to improve your scores. At one point I was loading 21.4 Grs of green dot over 1 1/8 oz of 8's which was by the book but I'm doing better with 19.3 grs. Jackie B.
     
  7. Chango2

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    The game was named by a rich lady in Israel who had her own trap and skeet range. Her husband, who was a Sabra, hung the name "JAP" on her 'cause she was spoiled and from the San Fernando Valley near Los Angeles. Lore has it that she was a good shot, but became bored one day and shot trap from skeet positions. At least that's the way it was explained to me by Shecky Green.
     
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    DAMN,that sounds like fun,thanks. GOOD LUCK
     
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