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Old 08-03-2012, 12:26 AM   #1
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Any body use them Wich one u got thinking about Geting on post some links of the one u like if u don't like them let me know Wich one u had I need in for a Mossberg 500 20 gauge



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Old 08-03-2012, 02:05 AM   #2
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What? R u asking about polychokes? I have had a few added over the years. They are key to my "Tactical" 20" Mossberg 590 (NOT A1) and 18-1/4" 500. They are wonderful and very useful.



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What? R u asking about polychokes? I have had a few added over the years. They are key to my "Tactical" 20" Mossberg 590 (NOT A1) and 18-1/4" 500. They are wonderful and very useful.
Ya the Polly or true glo or if there are any others n if they got them for a 20 gauge mossy 500
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I have an old Winchester 1200 barrel for my knock around Ranger 120 pump. It has a Polychoke. For bird huinting, it is pretty decent. I have no trouble knocking down fast flying dove. Kind of thinking about turning it into a super high cap (10+1) zombie gun.

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Pretty all'round useful...

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If the gun has ribs n use a Polly choke do u have to cut the ribs

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My shotguns are all older models, so I can't help with interchangeable adjustable chokes. However I can vouch for the usefulness of adjustable chokes.

I have 2 old bolt action shotguns with factory adjustables. One is a Mossberg with a factory C-Lect choke. The other is a Kessler with a factory Komp-Choke ( compensater\choke combo). You can,with a simple twist, switch from tight patterns for turkey over to wide open for slugs or a round of skeet. I would start by checking your LGS or a gunsmith to see what they can recomend. They may have an older Poly-Choke that they can install for you, or a barel that has one on it that will fit your shotgun. Hope this helps.

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I have a bunch of shotguns, but I never owned one with an adjustable choke, sorry no help here..................



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