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Did you have any luck? I cant find a duck around here,waiting for friday for goose to come back in.Too bad about the choke, i never switch mind while in the field.

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Apparently, Primos Dead Zone choke tubes don't float. Not even a little. :mad:

 

May be you should attach a string and a bobber for next time

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We got 2 woodies, 2 ringnecks, and a married greenhead :cool:

 

Not great, but not bad.

 

May try again tomorrow.

 

I LOVED the Primos.

I had the set - Decoy and Pass, but I never used the Pass tube.

I guess I'll sell it and get another D tube.

 

TMAC,

I thought I had exclusive smartazz rights on this site :p

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NJ, huh, yea. Funny you should mention it, Exit 0 Garden State Parkway. Some are very proud of this, many even have bumper stickers.

 

I love NJ (at least the Police & Fireman's Pension System that treat me so well).

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You might have the upper hand on the smart ass comments, but I dont mind joining you from time to time. You set yourself up for that one, but Im guessing you knew it was coming.

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At least you did not loose the other end.

 

Sounds like you did ok though with out it. I was out last friday and ppicked up a couple of mallards. THey go on the grill tonight.

 

Have a good year Tucker.

 

Mike

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Reading back through this post, I realized that I didn't clearly explain how the tube was lost.

 

It's an extended tube and it's normally installed by hand.

I generally check the tube several times during a hunt.

I had in fact checked it just about a half hour prior to the volley that scored a banded greenhead for my hunting buddy.

 

When the volley was done, I reached back to the end of the barrel to check the tube again. It was gone.

 

There was no evidence of thread damage to the barrel threads, so it must have come out on that set.

I couldn't shoot anymore, since I didn't want to risk damaging the threads and I didn't bring a spare.

 

Happy New Year to you too!

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You sure your hunting buddy wasn't annoyed that you were shooting all his ducks and pulled a fast one on you?

 

Never, ever, heard of a choke tube coming out that easily...

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Well, he's bringing his POS M2000 to me to see if I can make it work right, so at least I have a chance to get even with him.

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I purchased a Pattern master choke originally for Buck shot and it was horrible, I just started duck hunting again so I dug it out and read the package "for steel shot" so off to the range with 3 1/2 Black cloud # 2's - 40 yards 30" target modified Benneli choke = 142 pellets Pattern master 44 pellets!!! I think I'm going to "accidentally" drop it in the Great Bay! By the way I'm exit 3 in the great state of SOUTH Jersey

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