Mossberg 835 Ulti-mag

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Re: Mossberg 835 Ulti-mag

Postby widuckhunter1 » Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:38 am

Duck_Stank wrote:My 835 has the ports near the end of the mussle, I've noticed anything 1 1/4 oz patterns the best. Cheap federal and Kent shells along with drylocks did real well at forty yards.


With the stock chokes or an aftermarket one?
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Re: Mossberg 835 Ulti-mag

Postby Duck_Stank » Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:42 am

widuckhunter1 wrote:
Duck_Stank wrote:My 835 has the ports near the end of the mussle, I've noticed anything 1 1/4 oz patterns the best. Cheap federal and Kent shells along with drylocks did real well at forty yards.


With the stock chokes or an aftermarket one?

Both did well, I bought a cheap cabelas extended modified choke, just for the ease of checking the tightness often and cleaning purposes. It performed a little better with the extended, I also didn't pay an arm or leg for it though (was around thirty or so dollars). I'd assume a carlsons or the like may do even better.
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Re: Mossberg 835 Ulti-mag

Postby widuckhunter1 » Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:43 am

Duck_Stank wrote:
widuckhunter1 wrote:
Duck_Stank wrote:My 835 has the ports near the end of the mussle, I've noticed anything 1 1/4 oz patterns the best. Cheap federal and Kent shells along with drylocks did real well at forty yards.


With the stock chokes or an aftermarket one?

Both did well, I bought a cheap cabelas extended modified choke, just for the ease of checking the tightness often and cleaning purposes. It performed a little better with the extended, I also didn't pay an arm or leg for it though (was around thirty or so dollars). I'd assume a carlsons or the like may do even better.


Awesome, thanks for the help i appreciate it!
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