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after market beretta chokes

Postby spaniel » Tue Nov 05, 2013 11:10 am

Hi
I have a xtreame 2 and I normally use 1/4 choke
But just wondering what your thoughts were on any of the
After market chokes and if these would make a difference
Or not
Over here I use BB 42gms for geese and 4 36gms for ducks in steel
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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby gooseman1 » Tue Nov 05, 2013 5:53 pm

Hevi shot mid range for ducks and Extreme range for geese!! They pattern great!
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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby MK10 » Tue Nov 05, 2013 8:40 pm

spaniel wrote:Hi
I have a xtreame 2 and I normally use 1/4 choke
But just wondering what your thoughts were on any of the
After market chokes and if these would make a difference
Or not
Over here I use BB 42gms for geese and 4 36gms for ducks in steel
Cheers


I'd only look at aftermarket chokes for extended range applications i.e. +45 yards. Briley and Comp-N-Choke, both in Modified and Improved Modified seem to work well for me.
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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby orphanedcowboy » Wed Nov 06, 2013 1:19 am

I have 2 sets of extended aftermarket chokes for the Optima Plus barrels, Trulock and Briley. I found the factory chokes pattern as good and in some cases better than either extended choke. This is with both #3 and #4 3" steel.

My Urika will spend most of the season with the factory modified choke screwed in.

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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby wingseeker » Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:13 am

gooseman1 wrote:Hevi shot mid range for ducks and Extreme range for geese!! They pattern great!


I echo what Gooseman stated. These Hevishot chokes are super :thumbsup:
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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby MK10 » Wed Nov 06, 2013 2:26 pm

orphanedcowboy wrote:I have 2 sets of extended aftermarket chokes for the Optima Plus barrels, Trulock and Briley. I found the factory chokes pattern as good and in some cases better than either extended choke. This is with both #3 and #4 3" steel.

My Urika will spend most of the season with the factory modified choke screwed in.

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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby spaniel » Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:54 am

Thank you guys this provides me with something to consider
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Re: after market beretta chokes

Postby rainingmallards » Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:34 am

gooseman1 wrote:Hevi shot mid range for ducks and Extreme range for geese!! They pattern great!


they really are good chokes
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