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Old August 1, 2011, 11:05 AM   #3
oneounceload
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For my guns that actually use changeable chokes, I prefer the extended. Simple reasoning - those guns are for targets - I shoot sporting clays and FITASC where changing chokes between stations is common as no two stations are alike - extended chokes let me see (without sticking my face over the muzzle to count notches) what chokes I have in the gun. While I do not change them often, there are a few courses where I will go from IC/IC to IC/IM or M/IM for some presentations
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