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shootinsteel

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About shootinsteel

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  1. Mine's not for sale, but I really like it and think you will too. The only complaint I have is with the heavy trigger pull. I'm checking into getting that fixed.
  2. Thanks for the info, kittens. I've never tried anything but lead shot through these chokes. I bought them direct from Kick's and the man I talked to said that's all I should use. I've already got some other chokes that are supposed to be the best thing ever for Heavier-Than-Lead shot. May have wasted my money but I'll give them a shot. If they don't work as well as expected, then I'll go back to the Kick's and see what it will do. Thanks Again.
  3. Duckhawk, What have you tried so far? Do you know what shell you want to use? I'm not an expert by any means, and there are many on this board who know alot more about this than me but I can tell you what has worked for my Super Nova. I bought this for my son last year and he killed his first tukey with it. That shot was only 20 yards though, so I'm not going to tell you it shoots like a laser. We were using Winchester Supreme 3" #5 shot 2 oz. loads and a Kick's Industries Gobblin Thunder .665" choke. They patterned good out to around 40 or so yards. If you are willing to keep your shots at 40 yards or less, I don't think you can beat them. Those shells sell for less than $13 per box of 10 around here. This year I'd like to try and get another 10 yards of effective range with it. I hope to shoot some patterns this weekend with 2 different chokes and 4 different shells. I'll be glad to let you know what I find out. Also, I have 2 Gobblin' Thunder chokes for sale, a .660" and a .665". Both are like new in the original package with very few rounds through them. $50 each shipped to you. As I said, they will give you good patterns with the right loads but are intended for lead shot only. Thanks.
  4. I tried to PM you but I don't have 15 posts on my account so that didn't work either. Email me at [email protected] Thanks.
  5. Panama, Yes they should fit your M1 Super 90. Go to Benelli USA on the web and under parts and accessories, choke tubes they have an application chart.(I tried to include a link to the page on this post, but I don't have enough posts on my account yet, sorry). On the choke tube application list the Super Nova and the M1 are both shown using the standard choke tubes. They call it the "Mobile Choke" system and many Beretta shotguns use the same thing. Thanks.
  6. Deal has fallen through. Both chokes still available. Thanks.
  7. The .665" has been SPF. .660" still available.
  8. 2 Kick's Industries Gobblin' Thunder choke tubes for sale. Will fit Beretta/Benelli Mobile Choke threads. I have .660" and .665" Their website says .660" is recommended for 3" shells #5 shot or 3 1/2" shells #6 shot. The .665" is recommended for 3" shells #4 shot or 3 1/2" shells #5 shot. Both are like new in the original package. Neither has more than 10 shots through them. They are great chokes but not recommended for Federal Flite Control wads so I don't need them. $50 each, shipped to you. PM me for pix. Thanks.
  9. shootinsteel

    mobil choke?

    I have a Super Nova and it is threaded for the Mobile Chokes. Take out the choke tube in your barrel and see what it says. I think all mine are stamped on them "Mobile Choke".
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