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Old November 7, 2019, 12:32 PM   #1
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Favorite sporting clays choke(s)?

Just curious to see what choke(s) you sporting clay shooters seem to do best with? Personally, I do well using modified. I'm debating about trying improved modified or light modified.
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Old November 7, 2019, 04:10 PM   #2
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Too much emphasis is placed on choke for a couple of reasons: the load you're using may or may not pattern well with your chokes, and simply "dialing in" a different choke for any particular shot may or may not make the difference in whether or not the bird breaks. I personally know a few top shooters who use fixed choke guns and in most cases those guns are choked something like light mod/improved mod, or mod/full. They seem to be able to shoot in the 90's on a good day at a one-hundred bird shoot. Personally, I use light mod for most of my shooting. I've seen a lot of shooters twisting chokes in so often for each station that it's a wonder they don't all have carpal tunnel syndrome. At the end of the shoot it didn't seem to make much, if any difference.
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Old November 7, 2019, 05:25 PM   #3
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IC and Light Modified for most courses these days. A lot of them used to offer some longer shots but not so much anymore it seems to me.
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