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Choke for benelli #8185455 02/27/21 04:37 AM
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What Turkey choke are you using, especially if you shoot a Benelli SBE

Re: Choke for benelli [Re: cbump] #8185480 02/27/21 05:30 AM
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I'm not going to make any friends with this but, for the better part of 20 years I've used a plain 'ol full choke with #4 2 3/4 and occasionally 3 inch. Ultra extended ported titanium chokes look cool, but I spent enough on my Cordoba back in the day so I just use what it came with. Plus I've never shot a turkey at 40 yards, 20 - 30 is the norm for me.

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Re: Choke for benelli [Re: cbump] #8185689 02/27/21 03:58 PM
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Look up Sumtoy Customs and get a .665 construction and shoot some tss 9s. It will throw a nasty pattern

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Thanks. 3” or 3.5”?

Re: Choke for benelli [Re: cbump] #8186408 02/28/21 05:18 AM
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In a 12 ga I always shot the 3.5 mag blends or longbeard xr 6s. Now that I have started reloading tss, all I tote anymore is the 20ga. It's more deadly than any 12ga shooting regular Turkey loads.

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