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    I just purchased a Stoeger single shot 12 guage, and wanted to pick up a choke for turkey hunting. Any ideas as to where to find them? Manufactorer? Web site? Are there any chokes of another brand that are interchangeable with Stoeger? Excuse the dumbness of the question, but I have never used chokes before. Thanks for any help offered.

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    http://www.trulockchokes.com/interchange.htm

    Should I just post this twice a day?

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    before you purchase an aftermarket choke, i would shoot the gun you have and make sure it wont get the choke you are currently using stuck. then, only then, buy another.

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    Well, that is just it. I am not using any choke. I havent shot it with a choke in it. But I sure do appreciate all the help offered in here. I suppose I should have read all the posts.

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    I checked out the webpage:
    http://www.trulockchokes.com/interchange.htm
    it lists: Stoeger Single Barrel: interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    But when you go to the order page, the Stoeger single barrel is not listed. Only the 2000, P-350, Condor, Luger O/U and the Uplander. Herein lies my confusion.

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    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style
    interchanges with Win-Brn-Moss style

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    Look, if you dont have any more patience than this, why do you even bother? Your rude and condescending comments are as useful as boots on a *****. "Interchanges with Winchester, Browning or Mossberg" type chokes tells me that any of these type chokes will work with my shotgun. It is a little more complicated than that. I told you in my first post I had no experience with chokes. I, nor anyone else coming in here looking for help, need your clever "I know it all" attitude. Look Folks, If you need help, save yourself the trouble of putting up with this horses ***, and call Trulocks 800 number. 1-800-293-9402. Ask for Mr. Trulock. You will find Mr Trulock nothing but a professional and a gentleman. I explained to him that I had no experience with chokes, but I told him what type shotgun I had, what type hunting I had planned, and he POLITELY walked me to the page, and the exact choke I needed, all the way to the checkout page. We then proceeded to have a wonderful conversation for about 20 minutes on turkey hunting, useful choke information, and hunting tips in general. Their customer service is INCREDIBLE! Well I hope this helps any other "Newbie" from dealing with you Tucker301. You can kiss my buttstock pal!

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    Originally posted by matchet:
    before you purchase an aftermarket choke, i would shoot the gun you have and make sure it wont get the choke you are currently using stuck. then, only then, buy another.

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    Thanks for the useful tip! Much appreciated.

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    Sorry, love.
    Didn't know you were crippled.
    Glad someone held your hand and walked you through.

    [ 04-01-2006, 05:39 PM: Message edited by: tucker301 ]

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