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Old August 1, 2011, 02:26 PM   #9
Dave McC
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Join Date: October 13, 1999
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Extended for the reasons given, but mostly at clays.

The extra weight at the muzzle works for clay targets, but in the field a lighter front means a quicker move to the target if it jinks.

In your shoes, get the extended.

At clays, I shoot around 80& also, but I rarely change chokes. Usually, it's IC in the bottom LM top. Sometimes I go up an increment and shoot LM/M.

That's with a 7/8 oz reload. For 1 1/8 oz fodder, I could ease up and go Cyl/ IC for many shots.
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