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Which Indian Creek choke for M2 ?

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Hello fellow turkey chasers.. I have decided to try an Indian Creek choke and Hevi-13 in my M2. Which constriction should I go with? .665? Thanks!

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I think the .665 will do you proud. I have one for an SBE l and it is adequate, not great. It really patterns well with the #7's. With #6's it is middle of the road. They will work with you if you don't like the results. I would call them and talk to them, and get their opinion. (probably the .665). Good bunch of guys. Good luck, Mike

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Hello fellow turkey chasers.. I have decided to try an Indian Creek choke and Hevi-13 in my M2. Which constriction should I go with? .665? Thanks!

 

I'd call Stuart or Mike at IC and see what they recommend for your set up :)

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The .655 is good choice as it shoot all lead shells very well. Ported and non ported versions are also available. You can even try .675/.720.

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I talked to the folks at IC last year asking for direction on chokes. They put me into a Black diamond (665) for my new M2, 2 weeks later I HAMMERED a nice tom at 54 YDS (I actually thought he was closer) shooting 3" #6's Hevi 13 Shot. I will never go to a different choke or shell combo for my M2. I did this because of advice from this forum, there is a lot of experience floatin around here and good folks willing to share it.

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Thanks for the advice guys! After hearing from you all and speaking with the folks at IC I got the .665 and some Hevi-13 3-2-6 to try out on the pattern board.

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I talked to the folks at IC last year asking for direction on chokes. They put me into a Black diamond (665) for my new M2, 2 weeks later I HAMMERED a nice tom at 54 YDS (I actually thought he was closer) shooting 3" #6's Hevi 13 Shot. I will never go to a different choke or shell combo for my M2. I did this because of advice from this forum, there is a lot of experience floatin around here and good folks willing to share it.

 

 

Was that a ported choke?

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