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    Default Over/Under Chokes for skeet

    Purchased stoeger condor 20ga. to be used for skeet ...Wondering what chokes came with the gun and reasons for each ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyspurrs View Post
    Wondering what chokes came with the gun and reasons for each ...
    If you post your address I'll come over and look in the box with you to see what chokes came with the gun then we can come up with some reasons for each

    Chokes for the Condor are available in C, IC, M, IM, and F but whether or not they were included with your gun, IDK.

    If you need a general explanation of chokes, although I will never purchase from these price gougers, http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/media...spx?mediaid=20 may help you understand choke uses a bit. Just know that you will never get a clear "true" answer for what each choke can be used for because there really isn't one. You are going to find people who shoot X with their full choke and others who say shooting X is impossible with full choke, etc.

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    There should be notches on each choke tube.

    Number of notches, listing tightest first:

    1 = Full
    2 = Improved Modified
    3 = Modified
    4 = Improved Cylinder
    5 = Skeet

    If you want to shoot skeet, typically guys use a skeet choke in each barrel. You certainly can shoot with an IC and a skeet if you don't want to buy more.

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