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BEEN SHOOTING HEAVY SHOT, LIKE THE WAY IT WORKS ON GEESE.

I HAVE BEEN SHOOTING OVER DECOYS( LAST SEASON) SHOTS OUT TO 45 YARDS AT THE MOST.
IVE BEEN USING MOD. CHOKE.

SHOULD I USE A TIGHTER OR LOSER TUBE?

OR IS THE MOD. GOOD TO STAY WITH?

OR SHOULD I GO WITH AN AFTER MARKET LIKE THE PATTERNMASTER?
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THANKS FOR ANY INFO

PA CHRIS
 

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I've read that a MOD using steel or hevi-shot is equivalent to a full choke in lead. You might browse Remington's site for more info.
 

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I think a patternmaster is the way to go. Shot many geese using the patternmaster choke it is outstanding. I believe that remington has a choke tube for the hevi-shot but never have used one.
 

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i prefer full choke for geese no matter what but i have a friend that like IC (even though i knock down more geese then anyone i shoot with) i think everyone prefers different chokes depending on how they shoot
 

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One of the best ways to figure out which choke will give you the best pattern is to take your gun out and pattern it. I know this might get expensive if you are patterning HS but it will pay off in the long run. Just take some 3/4" plywood and put paper on it and shoot at it from different distances. Draw a goose on it if you like. This was you can see which choke/shell combo works the best out of your gun. I highly recomend doing this as each gun is a little bit different. If you do it let us know how it goes.
 
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