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Mike,

If you're using the Browning "invector plus" chokes provided with the gun, I'd suggest the one marked "I/M" for singles & doubles. Might wanna' try the one marked "Full" for handicap.

John C. Saubak
 

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Wrights Chokes. I like 3 for single birds and 6 and 3 for dubs. They were more consistent patterns than my originals or Carlsons.
 

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Be aware that Browning factory choke tubes are more open than other manufacturers because Browning rates their chokes by a different system. For trap Old Cowboy has given you good information.
 

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When I mic my Browning Invector Plus Chokes I felt they were not representative of what was marked on the choke tube. I bought my son Wright's Chokes and a couple of Briley chokes. At least they have chokes consistent with their labeled chokes.

Charlie
 
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