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Poly choke

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by HC_John, Jan 28, 2010.

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  1. HC_John

    HC_John TS Member

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    Checking into the a poly choke for my mossy 535. What's everyone's thoughts / opinions??

    John Peterman
     
  2. g7777777

    g7777777 Active Member

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    They work well -- may not pattern what you think they will- you may have to do some test patterns but they are a cheap way to give you adjustable chokes.

    Of course- you might be able to find a used barrel with choke tubes -- that would be much cheaper still and then just sell your fixed choked barrel for 35 bucks or whatever you can get from it

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  3. highflyer

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    I have used a couple of polychoke II's on my guns. They do work. They will add a little weight to the end of your barrel. If you want to keep that to a minimum get a non-ventilated model straight from polychoke. They will adjust from wide open to full. They will not give you an extra full pattern.
     
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    The screw-in polychoke II uses the same bead that is on your existing rib like any other screw-in choke tube does.
     
  5. HC_John

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    My biggest problem is I would prefer to get my hands on a o/u for my fun shooting, but finance and wife says no.
     
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