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  1. Thanks for the info & link Tucker301. 24" for pass shooting geese- yes, well I could not find a valid reason, aside from weight forward balance to use anything longer. Geese Pass Shooting: 1. 24" barrel SBE II, just as long a sight plane as a 28" o/u. 2. 24" barrel just as fast (or faster) velocity than a longer barreled shotgun 3. Quicker to get on target and long enough sight plane for me to bust clays at 50 yards. 4. Advantages in a blind for turkey and waterfowl over decoys versus 28" ??? 1. Maybe more swing-through momentum? Why do most pe
  2. Hi all! I finally bought an SBEII, LH 24" for Geese and Turkey. I want to pattern the gun this weekend and just picked up a few boxes of 3.5" #6, Hevi-Shot. My chokes say not to use the imp. Mod or Full with Steel. Is Hevi-Shot as hard as steel? 1. Which choke should I use? I was advised to go Mod, or even Imp. Cyl. ??? 2. Is there a 'Cadillac' of after market choke tubes that I should consider buying especially for Turkey & Geese (pass shooting)? Thanks all and I am now also a proud Benelli owner
  3. Hi all! I finally bought an SBEII, LH 24" for Geese and Turkey. I want to pattern the gun this weekend and just picked up a few boxes of 3.5" #6, Hevi-Shot. My chokes say not to use the imp. Mod or Full with Steel. Is Hevi-Shot as hard as steel? 1. Which choke should I use? I was advised to go Mod, or even Imp. Cyl. ??? 2. Is there a 'Cadillac' of after market choke tubes that I should consider buying especially for Turkey & Geese (pass shooting)? Thanks all and I am now also a proud Benelli owner
  4. Please convince me to buy a longer one My reasoning for the short barrel is this: 1. It achieves the same velocity as a longer barrel but is quicker handling and easier to pull out of a goose or turkey blind without getting caught on anything.I read the wrong book then: Matching the Gun to the Game by Clair Rees- he states: ----------------------------------------------------------- Contrary to popular opinion, barrel length doesn't significantly affect the velocity of the shot string or the efficiency of the pattern. A short barrel shoots just as hard and far as a longer on
  5. Please help out I just ordered a new LEFT-HAND Benelli SBE II 24" barrel, 12 gauge 3.5"magnum. It will be my primary goose\turkey shotgun. Particularly, I want the Benelli to pass-shoot geese at long range (55+yards). Is there an advantage to having the barrel back-bored? (if it isn't already??). I heard that this reduces the friction of the shot charge against the barrel wall, resulting in an increase in shot velocity and more uniform patterns than with standard barrels. Who would do the work and how much does it cost? is this the same as making a longer forcing cone? Also,
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