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Indian Creek Black Diamond Strike Choke Tubes
Best choke I ever used.
I needed a new choke due to the lack of range I got with a factory full choke. I was afraid to shoot any turkey past 30 yards. With this choke I felt comfortable shooting up to 45 yards. This season I dropped a tom 50 yards away with ease. Using a Rem 870 with 3 inch Remington high velocity #5 turkey loads. I believe now I can reach out to 60 yards.
August 3, 2010
I have used several choke tubes for Shriners turkey shoots, and recently tried the Black Diamond. A very consistent pattern however I have tighter patterns with a much cheaper Undertaker, which I will continue to use.
April 27, 2010
Puts them down.
We had trouble with a lot of henned up birds this opener. I was able to take a bird at 44 yards using this choke and the Winchester xtended 3.5 in #5
This patterned great and was consistant on the range before the season. I am glad I spent the $$
April 21, 2010
Worth the money
I know this choke is a little more expensive than others... but its worth it. I got great patterns with it out of my 870 SuperMag 23" barrel. It really liked 3.5" Hevi 13 2.25oz #6's.
I was also surprised by the reduction of muzzle jump and felt that the gun didnt kick as bad as it did with the factory choke. Indian Creek got it right with this one.
March 16, 2010
You will need to take whatever choke is in your barrel out and see where your threads are located. If your threads come all the way to the end of the barrel then you will need the Beretta/Benelli choke tube. If your threads are an inch or inch and a half or so down in the barrel then you will need the Crio choke. I'm not positive but I am pretty sure that your barrel is not crio treated so you will go with the Beretta/Benelli choke tube.
Do not shoot flite control wads through this choke, nothing good will come of it. Besides this choke is DESIGNED to STRIP the wad. The wad is what makes flite control so good. Take that wad out and it's anybody's guess what kind of pattern you'll get.
I used the Federal flight control wads with this choke and it performs very well, better than other loads and brands. I had the #5 shot and #6 hevi, #5 seemed to perform better . This was my daughters gun, Benelli 20 gauge with crio barrel.
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