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Carlsons Ext Spting Chokes any plastic buildup?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by woodski, Dec 5, 2009.

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  1. woodski

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    I am considering buying a set of Carlsons Extended Sporting Chokes and was wondering how they patterned (I have Brning Lightning sporting model w/inv+ chokes) and how the plastic buildup is inside them? Thanks, Bob
     
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    I have an IM and a Full. The IM throws the best patterns of any choke I own with 1oz loads. It hits them hard from 16 to 25 yards. Never had a problem with plastic, but I clean my guns after every shoot. Another nice thing about Carlson's, you can call them up and talk to Scott Carlson or his dad with any questions you have.

    I've included a link with a review. Wayne
     
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    Thanks, anyone else?
     
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    I could use more input please. Thanks Bob
     
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    Chokes don't cause plastic fouling, just cheap wads. If you insist on using the cheapest wad you can find, then you'll have plastic fouling reguardless of the choke.

    If you want to eliminate plastic fouling of the barrel/choke, then buy Downrange wads.

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    I shoot Carlson chokes and have been very impressed with them, they pattern very good. I have 3 sets for different guns.
     
  7. Smok'n Joe

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    I've got two sets of Carlson's, Mod and Full for both guns. Excellent
    service and quality. Ask for Scott when you call to place an order.
    Very pleased!
    Smok'n Joe
     
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    Mine have worked well. I load CB's and don't have any plastic build up issues.
     
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    Thanks to ALL and Merry Christmas to ALL as I'm buying as set with this type of feedback. Bob W.
     
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