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Carlson's Super Steel Choke Tubes

   

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Long Range

Mossberg 835

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.727"
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  • SKU: 1339298

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Mid-Range

Mossberg 835

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.743"
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  • SKU: 1339299

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Mid-Range

Benelli Crio Plus

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.705"
  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1339301

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Steel shot choke tubes pattern steel shot extremely well with a longer parallel section for less flyers and denser patterns. Made of 17-4 stainless steel with knurled extension.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by It works ' I use the extended full range for ducks & geese and it works great. With 1's 2's and no. 3 shot. works better than anything else I have used. Been hunting sense 1958. November 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by geese fear it! I got one last year. This one was for a friend. A great choke for geese. Devestating when used with Blindside BBs. October 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Seems to work good This was the right price. I will be testing it better when the season opens but so far with paper seems to be a good pattern from it. October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lead Free Turkey Loads Hunting in the infamous California Condor range, I needed a choke tube to handle tungsten turkey loads. I bought this a few years ago and it was worth every penny. This tube makes jelly heads at 40+ yards easy. Your not counting lethal pellets on a turkey target, your counting the chunks of paper on the other side. Nice spread, accurate, and trust worthy. February 20, 2013
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This should be the Beretta Mobil system in your gun or what they call the Ber/Ben choke system. Thanks
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read steelshot choke package to get proper choke . the do make one for your stoeger p-350
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Carlson's website has a compatibility guide and it's easy to read and understand.
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Call Carson's for the best answer. I did and He answered himself!!!!
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You will need to look for a choke tube for a Browning Invector, which is interchangeable with Winchester, Mossberg 500, Weatherby, Maverick 88, Smith & Wesson, Savage Guns style threads. Thanks
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Go to the carlson website and they have a chart to see which chokes fit which models.
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If its the model for Remington's, yes it will
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You shouldn't use shot any larger

than 1's. You really won't need larger shot. It works out to fifty yd. know problem. A golden bb will do the job at 60yd.
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I would not. The shot is too large and will not conform when fired
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Carlson Himself recomened this choke tube for Buckshot
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All their packages list the proper choke tube for each shotgun
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If its the model for the Benilli, it will fit all the benelli's
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You have to pick the right one for your gun. they are marked on the package in the store.
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The items on this page will all be Extended Choke Tubes. Thanks
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I use the long range only.
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They must have changed the models in the last few years, but long range will be a full choke. Mid range will be a modified or improved modified
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I have one beretta dt 10 Sporting is possible user this chock in my gun?
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I believe all Beretta choke tubes are the same.
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Go to Carlson's Website and email your question to them. Carlson himself will answer. That nailed it for me. Great Choke
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Long range 50+yds. Mid range 40yds.
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I cannot speak for the improved or full choke, but I dropped a goose at 60+ yards with a modified carlson choke tube and the new Remington Hypersonic shells, 3" BB's. Any geese within 40 yards are dead before they hit the ground.
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I killed several ducks at 40yds. with the mid range choke. I was using #2 Black Cloud.
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