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Old October 9, 2009, 06:21 PM   #13
oneounceload
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BigJim - I'M the pup here, by a year or two anyway

As to chokes - it would depend on the gun's dedicated purpose. If it's dedicated to one sport - like a pigeon gun, having fixed I/M and F is easier and helps keep the balance properly; same for skeet, etc....

Now if you have one gun and it has to cover multiple uses, then I agree on chokes.
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