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HeavyWeight 3.5-Inch 7ís in Rem Super Mag

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Unread 10-24-2011, 09:59 PM
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Re: HeavyWeight 3.5-Inch 7ís in Rem Super Mag

I am happy with that set-up. It works and it has been bang flop since I put a red dot on the shotgun.

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Unread 10-25-2011, 04:14 PM
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Re: HeavyWeight 3.5-Inch 7ís in Rem Super Mag

I run the Indian Creek on Beretta Xtrema. Its been a long time since I tested the patterns. But what I can tell you is that the IC tube, 3.5 Win Xtended Range #5 was the best for this gun. I have taken birds out to 70 yards. I tried several chokes and several diff loads and this worked best for my gun. I did try pattern master as well, my gun did not like it. For the money the Primos JH out performed the PMaster. The PM is a great choke but I found it was better suited for waterfowl. In my tests, the best I can remember, the Indian Creek did not like the Hevi-Shot.

The best two chokes I founds were the Jelly Head and the Indian creek for the Win Hi density Xtended Range. Problem with the Winchesters is that they are expensive.

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Unread 11-02-2011, 02:29 PM
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Re: HeavyWeight 3.5-Inch 7ís in Rem Super Mag

Yeah that not good for that type if shell from what I seen h13 7s will do like 200-250 in a 10". Might as well stick with leads 4s or go to hevishot
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