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Beretta A300 aftermarket choke #7370365 12/08/18 04:03 AM
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Looking to get an aftermarket choke for my A300. Primarily hunting ducks and crane. Iím looking to get a modified or light modified. Who you do recommend for my gun? Appreciate the recommendations!

Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7370415 12/08/18 04:41 AM
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I've got a carlson for my Maxus, but the PatternMaster Code Black Duck has my attention.


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I've always had good luck with Trulock but Briley a close second.


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Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7370459 12/08/18 08:53 AM
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Have a Carlsonís on one and patternamster on the other. They both work

Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7371114 12/09/18 01:25 AM
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Briley


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Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7371434 12/09/18 03:10 PM
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Briley flush chokes are my go to. I also have some extended Trulock's that I like as well. For extended range with large shot, patternmaster is the best I've tried.


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Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7371668 12/09/18 09:20 PM
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Muller by far, followed by Rob Roberts. The others mentioned are ok. For Crane, make sure you have a full choke, and a good one that is rated for steel 3" BB so you don't warp your barrel (yes it has happened). Some folks advocate you can get by with a lesser load and choke, but they are big birds and you don't want to be the guy wounding birds. Personally, I prefer to use a 3 1/2 for cranes and geese, but I don't think an A300 is rated for anything over a 3".

Also, I like Patternmaster ok but those are technically not constriction chokes, but rather wad stripping chokes, so don't buy one and try to shoot the old version of Blackcloud through it.

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Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7372325 12/10/18 04:34 PM
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my son really likes the Cremator and hevishot/hevisteel

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Got a Trulock SK2 from opticsplanet for $17 a while back. Haven't patterned steel shot, but it is very even with dove shells.

Re: Beretta A300 aftermarket choke [Re: el_cazador713] #7376780 12/14/18 02:47 PM
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I have this same semi and run a kicks high flyer choke tube in modified - it works great, I've had it for about 5 years. Haven't been able to connect on any cranes but had it out in Stuggart during snow goose conservation season, it worked really well.

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