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Old May 16, 2022, 08:09 PM   #6
stinkeypete
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Join Date: July 22, 2010
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with a double barrel you have two issues:
- the barrels might not line up.
- One of the chokes (or both of them) might be threaded cockeyed.

With a single barrel, there isn't another barrel and a cockeyed choke is dealt with by adjusting your sights.

Contact the company you're interested in. They will have a specification for how far off the patterns can be. If it's sold as a turkey gun, that spec must be held or.. word will get out. That's why you pay for a top tier gun- reputation and service. At $3,000 it better regulate!

Now, it does confuse me as to why the Browning turkey shotgun comes with a full set of chokes.. it's not gonna be a grouse gun or shoot skeet.. but hey.. in for a penny., in for a pound.
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