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A very good local trap shooter has as his only trap gun an older Browning which had a fixed Full choke when that was all that was known.

He shot very well with it.

A few years back he had it modified for screw-in chokes.

Bought one screw-in choke -- Full.

After 20+ years with the one screw-in Full choke...

He has concluded that it shoots just as well as the original fixed Full choke did...

So no harm done.

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My question would be:

Why thread a fixed Full choke barrel just to go and put a Full choke back in? Oh well, his gun his money. Glad it worked out.

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Donald, you are the ATA's poster boy when it comes to parting with money on this game.
 

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You forgot to mention that, as with most trapshooters, he never removed it and it ended up basically welded into the barrel forever, LOL.

-Gary
 
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