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Old August 1, 2011, 02:21 PM   #8
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My 12 gauge sporting clays combo is SK/IC
And if that works for you where you shoot, then leave it alone. One course I shoot that combo is also the right one. Across the entrance on the other course, however, IC or LM for 10 stations and M or IM for the last 4 - the targets are that far out, up and on edge; yet another course I shoot is easily done with IC/IC for the entire place

I see the folks who change chokes every station - that is a waste of time and concentration; however, if one station is a 5 yard rabbit and a 10 yard crosser and the next station is a 45 teal coupled with a quartering getting out to 60, that SK-IC isn't going to work
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