Carry your chokes with you and switch them around at each station as needed.
We poke fun at those guys all the time. They stand there watching others shoot and then when it is their turn they are busy changing chokes.
We shoot for fun and our group plays around and has a great time with it. if it is an A-B you might get a true pair or you might get B-A. You just never know what to expect. and We are not concerned with shooting 50 out of 50 and our group usually averages about 42-45. so the hassle of changing chokes would take away from the fun. Sometimes we have a "full choke" day and 2 weeks ago we had a "coach gun" day that was about the most fun so far this year shooting sporting clays with cyl bored coach guns.
I was just curious as to what the 20ga shooters prefer as a choke for sporting clays.
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