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#6142874 - 01/19/16 09:11 AM Which Chokes? Weatherby
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Registered: 10/09/11
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I have a Weatherby Orion SSC that I want to start shooting some skeet/trap with (for fun, not competition). The only chokes I have came with the shotgun and they're both modified chokes (3 hash marks) and sit flush with the barrel. I'm looking for either a full set or just a couple improved chokes but don't want to spend a fortune on Brileys. Anyone have any other recommendations? I know I can shoot clays with the modified but would prefer something with a little more give until I become more proficient.

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#6143151 - 01/19/16 11:31 AM Re: Which Chokes? Weatherby [Re: Kae006]
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The Accuchokes that fit Mossberg, Winchester should fit. Verify yourself as I am not a gunsmith but I did stay at a Holiday Inn once.


Edited by poisonivie (01/19/16 11:33 AM)
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#6143199 - 01/19/16 11:51 AM Re: Which Chokes? Weatherby [Re: poisonivie]
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Originally Posted By: poisonivie
The Accuchokes that fit Mossberg, Winchester should fit. Verify yourself as I am not a gunsmith but I did stay at a Holiday Inn once.


Just did what I should've done in the first place and called Wby. They verified that the Accuchokes do fit as well as Winchoke, Invector and another I didn't catch. .735 bore. Thanks!


Edited by Kae006 (01/19/16 11:52 AM)

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#6143225 - 01/19/16 11:59 AM Re: Which Chokes? Weatherby [Re: Kae006]
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#6143277 - 01/19/16 12:16 PM Re: Which Chokes? Weatherby [Re: Kae006]
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Skeet or Cylinder for skeet...your Mods. will work fine on trap unless you back up to the 26 yard line (or close). About 90% of Sporting Clays can be shot with Improved.

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#6143317 - 01/19/16 12:35 PM Re: Which Chokes? Weatherby [Re: Kae006]
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I use Carlson's and Trulock. I find them to be better than OEM chokes.
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#6143579 - 01/19/16 03:04 PM Re: Which Chokes? Weatherby [Re: Kae006]
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Registered: 07/03/12
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I had an old shotgun fitted for screw-in chokes years ago. But I didn't want IC and Modified, so I requested two other chokes. I got one in (going on memory) Light Modified and one in Improved Modified, so I'd have the choice of a bit more open than Modified and a bit tighter than Modified. It worked out great.

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