i use what came with the gun. but i like the muellers cause when someone bangs one on the concrete, i can make a few bucks
They have had a number of there Aluminum Chokes blow apart over the years in a persons shotgun barrel. Ruining not only the choke, but the end of the shotguns barrel in many cases!!! Not all of there chokes have done this. The actual number, or percentage of there chokes doing this should be on the low side. But the fact remains that Muller knows of this problem, and does nothing about it. If you look at Briley's aluminum chokes. Briley will tell you, they mix antimony in with the aluminum, to make their Aluminum Chokes Stronger. I personally have never had one of Mullers chokes blow apart on me. The reason for this is that I will never place one of there chokes in any of my shotguns. I will stick with factory chokes, or Briley's. Nothing else will go in my shotguns barrels. If you want/need a lighter choke in your shotgun. Stick with Titanium chokes. Titanium may cost a bit more, but it is a much stronger metal to start with.What's the consensus on Mueller chokes?