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CHOKE TUBE SELECTION

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by CRAIG SIDES, Mar 5, 2010.

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  1. CRAIG SIDES

    CRAIG SIDES TS Member

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    I HAVE A 28" BROWNING OVER AND UNDER. I HAVE INSTALLED 2" EXTENSION PORTED CHOKE TUBES TO MAKE MY SKEET GUN MORE OF A TRAP GUN. I HAVE INSTALLED A FULL ON TOP AND AN IMPROVED ON THE BOTTOM BARREL. DO YOU THINK IT IS ENOUGH, AND SHOULD I UTILIZE THE TOP OR BOTTOM WHEN SHOOTING SINGLES?
     
  2. DecalDude

    DecalDude Active Member

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    First off Trap guns are trap guns because of the way they are set up by the cut of the rib and stock to get them to shoot higher then a skeet or field gun. Length of barrel doesnt matter to an extent they are personal preference.
    I was told when I started shoot what ya brung have fun and relax,if you can hit them with it more power to you.

    Shooters useing o/u prefere to shoot the lower as it has less percieved recoil, and imp mod choke and full are the 2 chokes you will probly want to start trying first.


    Good luck and bust em up!!

    Jerry
     
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