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#5922329 - 09/10/15 02:59 PM Chokes
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I have a rem 1187. Is there a brand or one choke that would make a difference in shooting dove or sporting clays?
I don't won't several is there one all around best pick?

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#5922412 - 09/10/15 03:40 PM Re: Chokes [Re: Brother in-law]
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I usually use an Improved Cylinder Choke for the first several weeks of dove season then I switch to a Modified choke the rest of the time in My Benelli SuperNova. I hope this helps.

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#5922466 - 09/10/15 04:06 PM Re: Chokes [Re: Brother in-law]
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Skeet or ic for dove
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#5922472 - 09/10/15 04:09 PM Re: Chokes [Re: Brother in-law]
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One choke only....Improved all the way. I shoot skeet or even cylinder at dove but I'm lucky to hunt where I rarely shoot over 20 yards, but for both, Improved. I also recommend Briley chokes over all others.

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