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killwoodies101 wrote:your a dudshe bag! You dont own the river your dont own any property around it.. Its just as mush mine and any other tom **** and harry's as it is yours !! get a life share what is yours or stop hunting
Jon Bergren wrote:The 835/935 chokes are extended inside the barre;, you don't need to buy extended chokes. Ned S
EDP1 wrote:My dad shot one for years with the mod. choke and cheap Winchester 3in #2 and killed ducks like everyone else in our group. But every gun is a little different. I myself am thinking of getting one. How do you like yours and which model did you get?
goosepit2007 wrote:i use the factory flush tube marked full for 2 and bb steel shot(.727 constriction) and i also have flush XF for t and f tube flush that patterns great with 23/4 t's -31/2 inch t's. that same choke patterns bbb's great. when i shoot t's that is the only time that the full choke comes out shooting reloads of 7/8 oz going 1550 fps -the 3 inch 11/4 oz loads of steel with shot sizes of 5's-bb's.
that full choke patterns great no need for aftermarket chokes.
10gaOkie wrote:I have owned a half dozen 835s over the years, including a model 91 Mavrick which is the same gun. They always shoot and never failed me. Other than fit and finish, they leave nothing to be desired. Best patterns shooting steel with the factory chokes. Save your money and stick with them. An extended aftermarket will not make that much diff. The only thing I do not like on these is the latest models come with a ported barrel which I would try to avoid if possible. Barrels for these can be found really easy and cheap. So replacing your ported barrel with a non ported one would be easy to do. Pre fit Limbsavers are available for these, both wood and synthetic stocks. Money well spent for a effective add on.
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