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Re: long range choke

Postby leslil223 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:31 pm

I just tried a Pure Gold IC in a Browning Maxus. Don't let the IC fool you I am getting 93% patterns at 40 yards with Rem Wingmaster HD #4 and 93% @ 40 with Win Xtended Range #2. I have the MOD choke from them ordered
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Re: long range choke

Postby dsapp » Tue Sep 14, 2010 11:15 am

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Re: long range choke

Postby ScoperB » Tue Jan 25, 2011 8:15 pm

I Hunt 365 wrote:what do you think, 4s or 2s in Hevigoose(or Wingmaster HD) for pass shooting?
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Hevimetal BB or BBB for shots out to 50 or so?


I shoot a 870 12 using a trulock mod PH12710 I get a 70% with Hevi-Metal 3.5'' BB 1.5 oz load. Check out trulock chokes...
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Re: long range choke

Postby ScoperB » Sat Aug 25, 2012 1:40 am

I Hunt 365 wrote:what do you think, 4s or 2s in Hevigoose(or Wingmaster HD) for pass shooting?
and
Hevimetal BB or BBB for shots out to 50 or so?

Buy a Trulock Super Waterfowl choke tube from www.trulockchokes.com they are designed for extreme range waterfowling. If you are not satisfied send it back within 60 days & George Trulock will set you up with another choke for your hunting or your $$$$. Its hard to beat that kind of service ! I am not affiliated or sponsored by Trulock chokes ! Just satisfied as a guide & customer ! :D
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Re: long range choke

Postby ScoperB » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:41 pm

I Hunt 365 wrote:Looking for a long range choke tube.

Been looking at Patternmaster Long range, Kicks High Flyer X-Full, HEvishot extended range.

WHat are your opinions on these. What do you recomend.

We would be hunting open water. I will be either using HEvishot or Remington Wingmaster(which ever patterns best out of my gun). Hunting mostly mallards. Which shot size should I use? I was thinking #2s?

Any advice is appreciated.
Thanks,
Colton

Rem Wingmaster HD 3.5'' 1 3/4oz #2 shot will consistantly kill any goose or duck at a max range of 80 yards out of a cheap Remington 870 Super Magnum 12 gauge constricted down to .690/.040 extra full. However I do not suggest an inexperienced/weekend waterfowl hunter to try this. It takes many seasons & trigger pulls at the skeet range to be able to consistantly do this. I still don't have it mastered...as a guide in SW Louisiana.
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