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Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2019
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Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
Remington 1187 12 gauge.
2-4 shot 3 inches.
Mostly hunt marsh.
Duck hunting.
Not super long range but wouldn’t mind having the ability for some range.
Any suggestion on what type of choke to get?
This post was edited on 12/2 at 6:50 pm


ChandlerB03
LSU Fan
Natchez, MS
Member since Nov 2015
1483 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
I just bought a set of these for $100 in modified and full.

Hevi Shot


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dawg23
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Baton Rouge, La
Member since Jul 2011
4107 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
Hard to go wrong with Briley.

If you're asking for recommendation on restriction - hard to even guess w/o knowing what you'll be shooting at and distances, and loads. Maybe improved mod ???


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KemoSabe65
Member since Mar 2018
1919 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
Pattern Master and be done.


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PIGSKIN
LSU Fan
montevallo, Alabama
Member since Jul 2007
2686 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
I sell JEBS chokes and cant yall a deal on them


PIGSKIN
LSU Fan
montevallo, Alabama
Member since Jul 2007
2686 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
And as far as the size the .685 black nitride is awesome


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The Last Coco
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On the water
Member since Mar 2009
6076 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
In the long run it is far cheaper to find the shell you like and back into a choke that works well with it. I'd decide on what shell you're goin to shoot for 10 years and then find a choke that patterns it well. Carlson and Briley are the standard. Grab a few of those and see what patterns your preferred load the best.


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MSWebfoot
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Hernando
Member since Oct 2011
3208 posts

re: Looking for a decent shotgun Choke
I just ordered a set of Carlson's Cremators. $100 for a mid and long range tube. They are the Rogers exclusive, mud brown cerakote. They have ported and non-ported options. .725 and .715 constrictions. I just got them so I haven't really had a chance to pattern or hunt with them.


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