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Stoeger M3500 Chokes #7371616 12/09/18 08:11 PM
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Hey everyone, I'm posting this for a buddy, but what aftermarket chokes for a Stoeger M3500 do y'all recommend for shooting ducks over decoys/out to 50 yards? I've always used a patternmaster, but want y'alls opinions! Thanks!


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Good question. Iím looking for an aftermarket extended choke for mine too.


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I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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I think I have a Kick's high flyer in modified on my 3500. I very rarely shoot that gun much anymore (backup), but it seemed to like the cheaper remingtons and rios pretty well.

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Thanks for the info! I had looked into the Kick's high flyer a little bit. I will let my buddy know!


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I shoot a Franchi which is just about the same gun as your Stoeger, so far the Briley extended chokes have worked just fine for me.


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