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I KNOW MOST PEOPLE USE A MODIFIED CHOKE FOR DUCKS, BUT I WAS WONDERING ABOUT USING AN IMPROVED CYLINDER. DOES ANYONE USE THIS OR HAD ANY EXPERIANCE WITH IT?
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I have an adjustable choke but I usually keep it on modified exept for special situations like if I was't shooting too well that day, I would open it up to IC or if the ducks are all over me real close, but any other time its modified
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I've shot improved all year long up until this last week. Generally speaking IC is great for decoying ducks. I like stepping it up to a mod or light mod later in the season when the birds aren't quite as cooperative.
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I have to agree with ducker I have shot a imp cly up till the last month I have gone to a mod.
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I only use Imp Cyl on tight places were the shots are close like small beaver ponds in green timber. Other than that its Modified the rest of the time. I just will not take a shot over 40yds I like working the birds and getting them up and close wings cupped and landing gear down then listen for those majic words "Takem".
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Well tarheel I don't know what your shooting, but my SBE will never see a Mod choke again. Patterned it this year and it was throwing MAYBE 36' rectangle witht he factory mod choke. Even got an exteneded briley mod and that was a little better but not much.But I shoot mostly steel also .
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