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Posted: 1/17/2022 8:12:11 PM EST
I generally only shoot trap with a trap grade Remington 870/full choke/30 inch barrel. I have access to two other barrels a 28 inch/modified/vent rib or a 26 inch improved cylinder and no vent rib. These are 60/70’s barrel and do not have removable chokes. Which should be better? Does a vent rib make much difference? Is 26 inch improved cylinder to open? Feels like a 30inch/modified choke seems to be more for sporting clays.

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Chinook3
Link Posted: 1/17/2022 8:30:56 PM EST
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Link Posted: 1/17/2022 9:46:50 PM EST
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Thank you!!
Thats what i was hoping to hear. I shoot trap regularly and to shoot some skeet should sharpen leads and follow throughs for my trap skills. Trap is still my favorite.  I was afraid the shorter barrel was too open.

Chinook3
Link Posted: 1/17/2022 10:53:05 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Chinook3:
Thank you!!
Thats what i was hoping to hear. I shoot trap regularly and to shoot some skeet should sharpen leads and follow throughs for my trap skills. Trap is still my favorite.  I was afraid the shorter barrel was too open.

Chinook3
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Skeet chokes are more open than IC, I know people that shoot cylinder for skeet.
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