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Old 04-01-2012, 12:34 AM
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Re: Patternmaster chokes

I have shot a lot of geese with it, it works by shortening the "shot string" thus when you hit, you put all the pellets in the zone, but missing is also easier. most of my friends went back to a conventional full or extrafull choke(here in mexico we still shoot lead). I still use it sometimes its great at the end of the season when shooting longer distances and have more experience/practice on the longer shots.

by the way it works wonders on the coyotes...
Joe from Mexico

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Old 05-01-2012, 01:17 AM
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Re: Patternmaster chokes

I bought one about 10 years ago to try out and now every shotgun I own has one in it. The only time they come out is for doves and quail. Just don't shoot anything close had a buddy disentagrate a pheasant last year took off a wing and half the breast at about 15 yards.
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