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ashjwilliams

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About ashjwilliams

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  1. Still for sale. FYI this product is not for Benelli CRIO choke models. MidwayUSA link to this product.
  2. For sale (OH): Briley 12 Ga Extended Improved Cylinder (IC) Choke for BER, BEN, FRA. Briley part #BERX12IC. Item is used but in good condition (used for one afternoon of skeet shooting). $30 shipped continental US. Paypal preferred, check or MO accepted. Ships within 1 business day of cleared payment (likely via USPS priority mail). Please email at [email protected] Thank you!
  3. I have heard from many that 3" shells tend to outpattern 3.5" shells. Just got to to do your own testing though. I recently obtained a Browning Maxus (installed factory full choke). Put a few rounds of Winchester Supreme 3.5" XX Magnum Turkey loads (2.25 ou #5, 1150 fps) through it at 25 yards. I suspect 60% of it didn't even hit paper (~2'x2' turkey target) though it did put 12-19 in vital zones...oh and did I mention my shoulder hurts?! Trying to figure out what turkey choke to purchase. I don't plan on doing any surgery out to 50 yards so I may go with a little less restriction than is typical. Thinking about trying a ported 0.670 or 0.680. But ultimately yeah you are going to need a choke (factory chokes tend to be poor and factory full will be less than optimal) and you are going to want to pattern test your hunting load at multiple distances. I will probably pattern test twice at each of the following distances: 20, 35, 50 yards.
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