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I was going to get a good choke tube for my Remington trap gun. What is the best to get? I have been using CompnChokes and like them but did'nt know if there is a better one. Thanks
 

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I 've always used Wrights chokes. Very effective. I don't know if you have a bore gauge but if you do, give him the bore size and he can recommend a choke that will ink ball targets for that barrel.
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Well,my favorite is my Carlson Full choke,,it broke my first 25 this past August.But,I do use the Midas Chokes(briley makes for browning)it help me hit the Long bird the same Night I had the 25 straight with the Carlson.Only reason I changed from the Carlson to Midas,was because the Midas Full choke is a tad tighter than the Carlson,and it was for the money that comes with hitting the LONG bird.

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Whatever's cheapest... usually Tru-Lock. Unless you get a wonky choke, I doubt you'll ever be able to tell one from another either in the air or on a pattern board. Spend your money on a good shooting clinic; playing "choke-or-the-month" will make you poor, itwon't improve your shooting and it will build you a collection of chokes you won't know what to do with.

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Teague or Briley for aftermarket chokes for my K80....just bought some Extreme at a good price and will try them out later on....
 

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Brileys, I too like the Midas Grade extended chokes. You can get them from Browning and also from Briley themselves with there name on them at a bit better price tag than the Brownings. Good Luck and Break-em all. Jeff
 

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I have used and prefer in the following order:

1)Briley 2)Carlson 3)Baker 4)Rem Choke 5)Wright

Brileys in my Ljutic are the only screw in chokes I trust to be as effective as a fixed choke.

Marc
 

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Ilike Carlson chokes. Most bang for the buck and I know they are really well made becasue they make them on a mchine I designed and built!

Briley makes a good product but it is not one Iota better than Carlson, and at twice the price I don't see the value.

Just my.02

Randy
 
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