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I started shooting Teague chokes in my K80 and really like them. I found some Teague extended chokes on closeout. The tightest constriction they have is Lt. Full. If I wanted Full, I would have to order from Teague himself.

anyone shoot a Lt. Full and find it's tight enough for doubles, bunker, pigeons, etc.?
 

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I only shoot a light full in singles and handicap. I shoot a modified the first shot in doubles and a light full the second shot. I personally like the wrights chokes and have nevers shot teague chokes.

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One choke manufacturer's "light full" may have a .030" constriction relative to the gun's bore while another maker might call that a "full". (EG. <I>Angleport</i> INV+ "full" chokes are .030"; <I>Briley</i> INV+ "full" chokes are ".035".

Bottom line is that the way the choke performs is more important than the numbers it carries on its side.

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Only have 2 choke tubes for my 90T. Lt full usually for 16's & 27 yrds, unless it is windy. If windy I will put in the full. Both are Briley.
 

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Until you measure the diameter of your barrel and find the amount of constriction with each choke you will not know what you are shooting. HMB
 
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