Kick's High Flyer Choke Tubes
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Get on target with Kick's High Flyer diagonally ported choke tubes. Every waterfowl, quail, dove, rabbit, and pheasant hunter should have the Kick's High Flyer. Computer-assisted manufacturing at its finest: gas vents through precision-cut diagonal slots, creating an ideal braking system to reduce felt recoil by 25% and increase pattern performance by 20%, and they perform with lead or steel equally well.
Designed for steel shot, but equally useful for upland game, High Flyer improves patterns and reduces muzzle jump for denser, faster, and more accurate follow-up shots. Conical, parallel design reduces flyers; installs easily without a wrench (a final tightening with a choke tube wrench is recommended to prevent the choke tube from loosening while shooting). Matte black finish.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 72
Rated 5 out of 5 by bubbatron These are awesom
I have a modified choke for my benelli supernova and I love it! I bought a modified for my son's remington 887 and he shot his first pheasant at about 40 yards. Crushed it with #6 shot. He was smashing chukars at 30 plus yards with ease. I also bought these for 3 other friends. They all use them when we go hunt. We have 43 birds to cook up[so far]. I also got my son a full choke turkey tube. Buy one and you'll love it as well.
January 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TurkeySlayer22 Great Choke!
Definitely a great choke for steel shot. Patterned really well with Kents and Winchester Xperts. If you are wanting to add a little range to your shot this will definitley work. Doesnt destroy ducks either, which is a plus.
December 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by superduper Don't Goose Hunt without it!
This is a must for goose hunters, probably duck hunters too. I constantly shoot geese that others simply can't reach, you easily get another 10 yards distance.
November 24, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Finland First experiences
I consider this is a good product. I have got more birds with this choke tube, ducks and upland birds. Maybe recoil has also decreased, but only slightly. Check after 10-15 shots choke tube is still tight on barrel.
October 4, 2011
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