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Posted: 5/18/2002 5:19:36 AM EDT
on the skeet range, i use skeet chokes for both barrels on my o/u. ive seen the other folks use cylinder for both barrels on theirs and still others insist on mixing them up as per station. just wanted to get you clay shooters' take on this. that "25" is still quite elusive for me.
any help will be appreciated. no, really.
Link Posted: 5/18/2002 5:50:15 AM EDT
I use skeet chokes in my Browning O/U for skeet. (that kind of makes sense doesn't it!} The only time I change chokes between stations is when I shoot Sporting Clays.
Link Posted: 5/18/2002 7:44:30 AM EDT
Use the Skeet/Cylinder combo. Your only going to shoot the cylinder on the doubles stations. The second shot will be very close and that's when that "cloud" comes in handy.
Link Posted: 5/20/2002 4:57:34 AM EDT
Redray, I use a Remington 1100 so I can only pick one choke, Skeet. That 25 will come. All it takes is time, money, money and more money. The good part is that after you get your first they come more and more often. I found my hold points, distance from the house and foot position more important than the equipment. Once you get the leads and are shooting consistantly almost any choke/ gauge will work. GOOD LUCK, MIKE.
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