Sage advice. :thumbsup:Greg Wile said:If you find that you are getting that many cripples its time to let the birds come a bit closer and to extend your lead a bit.
But the lighter stuff (4s & 6s) blows with the wind if there is a good wind out. Nice dense pattern-but a 30 mph crosswind will blow it to the side of them. As for the full choke, well considering most manufactures do NOT recomend a full choke and most guys shoot better with a Mod or even a IC, unless you have an extra gun to the side just for crips using the 6s and a FC, then not too practical IMO. Oh and some states and most of CA do not allow multiple loaded guns per person while a field. Aiming a tad low is indeed good advice from my experience.Thundersnow said:6's with a full choke are the way to go. Gotta get some pellets in the head. Also aim a little low and you'll have pellets bouncing off the water hitting them, too.