O/U chokes - which one on top?
Does it matter where you put the tighter choke on your O/U?
I usually have sk/sk, so it doesn't matter. Shooting sporting clays and have an IC and IM choke. right now I have the IM on top, for no particular reason. But it raised the question in my mind - is there a rule of thumb, and if so, what is it.
My thought, again for no particular reason, is that in the various presentaitons, the first shot will likely be closer, and I would start with the lower barrel.
But I'm new to O/U, so was wondering if top/bottom choke selections had a particular rhyme and reason.