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Old March 2, 2000, 04:09 PM   #2
Bill Mitchell
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Join Date: October 15, 1998
Location: Roswell,GA
Posts: 433
Howdy Bob,

The downside of having a shotgun chopped is that the chokes go with it,and you're left with a cylinder bore. Some folks think that it doesn't hurt,but I prefer a little tighter choke for knockdowns and those targets that are set a little far away. I shoot a Stoeger Coachgun,and it's a good shotgun. These guns,like a lot of CAS guns,benefit from some judicious gunsmithing to make the guns easier to open and to make the shells easier to flip out of the chambers. The Stoeger is a good choice for CAS.

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