choke tube distance chart
Michael Shumard
9:41p, 10/20/10
Michael Shumard
935 posts, joined 09/23/2010
i used to carry a chart that shows about what distance you can expect a choke to pattern best at but I lost it. I have a pretty good idea of what i like to use - but does anyone here have a chart they like to keep handy. I havent shot lead in a while (avid duck hunter - hardly ever dove hunt) and was curious if anyone has a chart handy. i looked on google images but no luck
Fishin Texas Aggie 05
9:49p, 10/20/10
Fishin Texas Aggie 05
8587 posts, joined 04/10/2008
Just buy a light mod and you will never need another choke to hunt migratory birds
MurphyMID
9:58p, 10/20/10
MurphyMID
4531 posts, joined 10/14/2006
best I could find...

IMG >
Michael Shumard
10:01p, 10/20/10
Michael Shumard
935 posts, joined 09/23/2010
Fighting texas aggie 05 - for a skeet benefit tournament.. some shots are well past my normal trigger pulling range for animals.

murphy - thanks
lexofer
10:12p, 10/20/10
lexofer
3036 posts, joined 02/26/2007
Here's a little more complicated one.
IMG >
AggieCowboy
8:28a, 10/21/10
AggieCowboy
1430 posts, joined 06/21/2002
Not a chart but an outstanding read on chokes. http://randywakeman.com/Choke%20and%20Barrel%20Specs.htm
You could make your own chart like a cheat sheet taped on a long range rifle.
c-jags
8:48a, 10/21/10
c-jags
14717 posts, joined 08/15/2005
quote:
Fighting texas aggie 05 - for a skeet benefit tournament.. some shots are well past my normal trigger pulling range for animals.




any chance that tournament is around Temple, TX in the next month or so?
Michael Shumard
9:06a, 10/21/10
Michael Shumard
935 posts, joined 09/23/2010
Boerne texas this weekend
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