Originally Posted by akers06
No leave your cyl choke In Your gun but if you want to shoot clays....or hunt with the gun you can just change the choke and go it's not restricted to just an open choke
Versatility is great. But did we really answer the OP's question?
I've read everything here from "choke doesn't matter at 30 feet" to "you want to be able to switch choke tubes."
Here's mine where the total length is 20" by PolyChoke (they can just as easily make them 18") and change the choke by dialing the muzzle -- that's it. These were popular once and I still think they are a great idea. This is my 5+1 takedown truck gun...