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Suggested extended choke improved cylinder

Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by AR34, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. DecoySlayer

    DecoySlayer

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    I have been using factory chokes in my Beretta. They do just fine. Same can be said for my Weatherby 20ga. I shoot skeet chokes in both.
     
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  2. AR34

    AR34

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    Dang good info. Well I did not get the correct Benelli choke for my SBE2. So I went back and ended up with a Patternmaster code black duck and a Carlson IC. The code black is ported, I am going to give it a try and see what the noise difference is. Didnt even think of the noise factor. They did not have the LM for my benelli. And I didnt get these replies until after I went and got them.
     

  3. woodie slayer

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    make sure you use choke tube lube on the threads.it wont get stuck anymore.i just bought two benelli extended tubes at gander mountain got them 80 % off 9.89 each.. one is .700 the other .710
     
  4. AR34

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    Woodie slayer, I think I hate you... LOL. you got a hell of a deal. I had trouble finding them in stores.
     
  5. waterfowlhunter83

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    Those are good tubes. I have the .710 in my SBE2 and have shot it for a number of years.
     
  6. Retiredducker

    Retiredducker

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    The real simple answer is a factory choke . 5,000 down and no aftermarket choke and no premium ammunition, but I understand many feel it gives them an advantage
     
  7. Spartan88

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    Thanks for the info in this thread, never too old to learn something.