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Chokes #7242407
08/02/18 12:27 AM
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What choke tube brands can handle the flight control wads besides black cloud, and hevi metal? Patternmaster advises not to shoot flight control was through their chokes. Thanks

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Any choke that is not ported or have a wad retarding design


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Patternmaster actually makes one specifically designed for Black Cloud now. Might check it out.


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All anyone needs is a Briley LM. Find a well-patterning load. Spend money saved at the range.

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Originally Posted By: TDK
All anyone needs is a Briley LM. Find a well-patterning load. Spend money saved at the range.


I second this!! Besides, black cloud sucks...

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Thanks guys!
I've heard good things about Briley's I'll check them all out. Just got a Super Vinci.

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Originally Posted By: Charlie817
Thanks guys!
I've heard good things about Briley's I'll check them all out. Just got a Super Vinci.


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Originally Posted By: Gulfgoose
Originally Posted By: TDK
All anyone needs is a Briley LM. Find a well-patterning load. Spend money saved at the range.


I second this!! Besides, black cloud sucks...


I'll agree.

I own three after market chokes. Two are extended Briley LM...one for each of my Berettas. I MIGHT put in a factory full choke if I am hunting waterfowl.
The third is a Bailey LM Fud Wabbit Choke. I pull it out just to screw with folks when shooting a rabbit station on sporting clays.


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