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April 5, 2009, 02:18 AM
I have recently purchased a Browning BPS, which I am emmensly happy with. I am currently using it for predominantly sporting clays, duck shooting and pheasant shooting.

I am in the process of 'pimping' it up a little to make it suit me better, looking at installing a hi viz sight and limbsaver (more to extend the bitte than anything else).

One of the other things I am considering is the benefits of purchasing an aftermarket extended choke (the one that extends out from the barrell a little).

Cna anyone offer me some guidance as to whether or not this improves performance, any particular brand and what type of choke to get (given what I am using it for and that I have to be able to use lead and steel).

April 5, 2009, 10:16 AM
For all of your activities, you'll probably want more than one constriction. Briley, Rhino, Seminole, among many others, all make excellent aftermarket chokes

As for the hi-viz sight, IMO I would not use it for targets that are moving, whether clay or feathered - you want to focus on the target, not the sight, or you'll miss behind.

Para Bellum
April 5, 2009, 10:19 AM
with such a fine gun I'd stick with original parts from the manufacturer. They know their product best.
Have a nice day,

April 5, 2009, 01:49 PM
Here's Briley's chart for sporting clays:


Here's their hunting chart:


April 6, 2009, 12:49 PM
In my Brownings, I primarily use Browning's Midas Grade extended chokes / they also make a Diana grade - but there isn't anything wrong with Briley chokes either.

Does it improve performance - I doubt it.

For all my guns, in terms of chokes, I carry a:

Improved Cyclinder
Improved Modified

April 6, 2009, 12:56 PM
One of the great bargains in extended choke tubes of excellent quality is Angleport. They will sell you 5 extended chokes of your choosing for $100.00 plus shipping. The quality is as good as anything you will buy from anyone. 5 similar chokes from Briley will cost you twice that.

I have 3 complete sets of Angleport extended chokes and couldn't be more pleased.