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#6630857 - 01/13/17 12:36 PM #4 buck choke?
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Looking for an aftermarket choke to shoot #4 buck at coyotes or pigs if they happen by.
Stoeger pump 3-3.5 mag, 28" barrel.

I have a stock turkey choke and pretty sure its safe for lead 4 buck. Thought I would ask opinions here before I patterned it.

Or

A completely aftermaket system?
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#6630908 - 01/13/17 01:03 PM Re: #4 buck choke? [Re: Big Daddy K]
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Take a look at the Carlson Dead Coyote choke tube. That's what it's made for.
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#6631038 - 01/13/17 02:12 PM Re: #4 buck choke? [Re: Big Daddy K]
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What #4 buck you using? Specifically?
If not buffered, the deformation of pellets is going to make long-range accuracy poor (and choke irrelevant).

FWIW, I've had great luck with Remington #4 buck 3" buffered (41 pellet) with just a plain modified choke.

Only way to know is to pattern it.

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#6633800 - 01/15/17 04:30 PM Re: #4 buck choke? [Re: Big Daddy K]
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