Indian Creek Black Diamond Strike Choke Tubes
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
The best choke tube I ever used!
I bought the Indian Creek choke tube after reading a magazine article, until then I had never heard of them. I have never had a choke tube that I was comfortable with shooting past 35 yds. And have let more than one nice turkey walk because of this. I’ve owned Remington, Kick’s and Hastings, none come close to the Indian Creek’s performance. Combine with Hevi shot 2oz #6’s in my Remington 870, the result were incredible. At a laser measured fifty yards, I put fourteen pellets in the brain and neck bones of the turkey target. With a total of 136 pellets in an 11” x 14” target. I would highly recommended both product to anyone looking for the very best equipment money can buy.
March 13, 2010
Best of 4
I own a mossberg 935 and have tried the factory choke, primos tightwad, and the primos jellyhead choke tubes. All are as tight as a turkey hunter should expect to get, but I decided to purchase the black diamond strike after reading the reviews and considering the NWTF award. This choke tube is surely the best. I tested it on turkey targets with Win. extended range #5 and #6 3.5 in. shells. I really believe that my gun doesn't pattern as tight as others due to the limited constriction of the chokes made for mossberg guns, but I am still impressed. I tested at 30, 40, and (just for kicks) 60 yards. A little pricey but I don't think money can buy a tighter choke for my gun. I will be using this choke on gobblers and for winning turkey shoots asap.
February 23, 2010