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Kick's Modified choke

Postby Mr.L » Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:05 am

Does anybody have any experience shooting ducks with a Kick's modified choke? I bought one for my 12 ga. Browning Gold 3.5 magnum shotgun. I shot targets at 30 yds and 45 yds with 3 in #2 shot 11/4 load and 45 yds with 3.5 in #4 shot 1 3/8 load. I was impressed at the better patterns versus factory choke.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Big Hutch » Sun Oct 20, 2013 7:40 am

Kicks chokes pattern much better than the original factory chokes. In my experience that is particularly true when shooting steel shot in any of the various guns that use Invector Plus systems. Plus I like them because you can change them quickly without a wrench.

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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Cootcommander3 » Wed Dec 04, 2013 7:55 pm

I have a kicks modified in my browning silver . Completely love it! Hunting last week and was a very slow day had a ring neck cross at about 50 yards with 3 inch number 4s and folded him dead.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby sfc711 » Thu Dec 05, 2013 1:40 am

I bought a kicks modified for my SBE2 works well at 40yrds my friend who has a SBE2 as well wants one for his gun.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Mr.L » Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:43 pm

I am very impressed by my Kick's modified choke. It definitely has better patterns than the Browning factory tubes. I have killed probably 15 mallards alone since the opening of the 2nd split, not counting teals and ducks killed during 1st split. I would recommend this choke tube to all duck hunters.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby sfc711 » Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:46 am

Mr L how about taking a retired disabled vet hunting the guy I hunt with came down with pneumonia so cannot go to his blinds unless he is there
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Mr.L » Wed Dec 18, 2013 9:17 am

sfc711, I am not going hunting again until probably after Christmas. I have a full schedule of things related to family and church. Our blind is only a two man concrete blind. My hunting plans also hinge on my buddy who works offshore. He said he would hunt some after Christmas too.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Assault » Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:31 pm

My buddy I hunt wit uses a Kicks. He loves it. IMO, I'm a pattermaster fan


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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Mr.L » Wed Dec 18, 2013 9:29 pm

Assault, I have a Patternmaster Invector Plus Extended Range Silver that I bought several years ago for my Browning Gold 3.5 mag. For some reason it seemed to blow the shot pattern. It is supposedly designed for 3.5 mag. shells. I shot #1 steel and did not get good patterns at all. It was expensive several years ago and now they are probably around a $100. Maybe I just got a bad one.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Assault » Tue Dec 24, 2013 10:08 pm

Mr.L wrote:Assault, I have a Patternmaster Invector Plus Extended Range Silver that I bought several years ago for my Browning Gold 3.5 mag. For some reason it seemed to blow the shot pattern. It is supposedly designed for 3.5 mag. shells. I shot #1 steel and did not get good patterns at all. It was expensive several years ago and now they are probably around a $100. Maybe I just got a bad one.

Could be worn out. They have little lips in it that strips the wad. They wear down over time! Steel shot wears them out quicker
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Mr.L » Fri Dec 27, 2013 9:50 am

Assault, it can't be wore out because I probably didn't shoot over a box of shells through it.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Assault » Tue Dec 31, 2013 10:22 pm

Does it still have the nipples inside to grab the wad?
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Mr.L » Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:41 am

Assault, there are five barely noticeably flat ridges below the ports. I guess this is what grabs the wad.
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Re: Kick's Modified choke

Postby Assault » Thu Jan 02, 2014 12:21 am

Mr.L wrote:Assault, there are five barely noticeably flat ridges below the ports. I guess this is what grabs the wad.

Yea, mine in all 3 of my guns are very noticeable, that may be the issue
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