Thread: Poly Choke
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Old August 22, 2011, 01:36 PM   #5
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I picked up a Winchester Model 50 a couple of weeks ago that had one put on it back when it was new. On that gun, set to "Improved", it patterns nicely for sporting clays. It's a whole lot better than the full choked Winchester '97 that I was using, but it's definitely a compromise.

For a guy of my shooting ability, that is, completely non-competitive and satisfied with an 18 or 20 at the skeet range, that 55 year old Model 50 and Polychoke work just fine for me. But I think that if I had a gun with removable chokes, I would stick with those. It's not that hard to change them out and they're properly made for that gun.
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