papageno wrote:Since all a choke does is constrict the end of the barrel a bit, it is hard to imagine any significant difference in brands.
Steel shot doesn't spread out much, so it patterns basically full out of any choke. Tungsten matrix is extremely sensitive to choke but too expensive to shoot.
I would suggest shooting imp.cyl. at ducks to try to get some slight widening. Save your money on the expensive tubes - it's a shotgun.
Bunker wrote: I just bought a LR pattern master for my A400 and plan on shooting it all season after seeing the way it patterned this afternoon! Can't wait for the 4th!
733SubDucker wrote:Bunker wrote: I just bought a LR pattern master for my A400 and plan on shooting it all season after seeing the way it patterned this afternoon! Can't wait for the 4th!
Somebody is a high roller! How sweet is that A400? Seems to be a NICE gun.
cableguy wrote:I agree with 682x but another thing is the shells you shoot can change the pattern. I had a beretta 390 and it shot kent 2's and 3's awesome but out of my BPS it shot horrible. the BPS loves those cheap winchesters so that what i shoot out of it. the wad and barrel does most of the patterning. i shot ic all season last year from eiders at 40yrds to teal at 10yrds Most people miss not because of the choke....You got to put the pattern where they are going not were they have been! I think the tighter you choke the more you can string out your pattern. Each gun patterns different even if it same brand of gun. Chokes is a booming industry(no pun intended)....but changing shells is cheaper.. my 2cents..
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