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#3445998 - 11/10/13 08:36 PM Which choke?
The ScubaCamper
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I've got a Weatherby SA-08 12ga and need a turkey choke for it - any recommendations?
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#3446078 - 11/10/13 09:13 PM Re: Which choke? [Re: The ScubaCamper]
drrxnupe
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I have an SA-08 but I use it for everything except for turkey and ducks. From what I hear, their factory xtra full and full chokes are good for their guns.
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#3446375 - 11/11/13 07:13 AM Re: Which choke? [Re: drrxnupe]
The ScubaCamper
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Why not for Turkey or Ducks? Is it too long?
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#3446416 - 11/11/13 07:27 AM Re: Which choke? [Re: The ScubaCamper]
drrxnupe
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 Originally Posted By: The ScubaCamper
Why not for Turkey or Ducks? Is it too long?


I have the SA-08 deluxe with the high-gloss walnut stock. I bought it because I wanted a "pretty" semi-auto shotgun that I could pass down to my son some day. I shopped for something used in the Browning or Benelli class but they were the same or more of the price of a new SA-08 deluxe. I have a Mossberg 935 that I use when I'm hunting in the elements or around water.

I do have to say that I really LOVE my Weatherby though. It shoots extremely well. After more than 1,000 rounds, it has never had a single hiccup.


Edited by drrxnupe (11/11/13 07:29 AM)

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#3446437 - 11/11/13 07:44 AM Re: Which choke? [Re: drrxnupe]
The ScubaCamper
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I've got the same model - it's really pretty and I've wondered about taking it into the woods for that same reason.

I can't afford to buy another though, so for now, this is all I've got. \:\)
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#3446614 - 11/11/13 08:51 AM Re: Which choke? [Re: The ScubaCamper]
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 Originally Posted By: The ScubaCamper
I've got the same model - it's really pretty and I've wondered about taking it into the woods for that same reason.

I can't afford to buy another though, so for now, this is all I've got. \:\)


I can dig it. Just make sure you clean and lubricant after hunting and it should last a long time.

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#3446761 - 11/11/13 10:01 AM Re: Which choke? [Re: drrxnupe]
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Well I would start off shooting the jelly head, or hevi shot. As far ad a cheaper good choke shooting hevi shot.mag blends. If you want to go a more all out route I'd go with a rhino and still shooting mag blends.
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#3449242 - 11/12/13 02:46 PM Re: Which choke? [Re: deerhunter10]
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Primos Jelly Head are good chokes for a good price. If you want to spend more go with a Rhino. I shoot the Rhino .660 and have shot multiple birds over 50 no problem.
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#3450894 - 11/13/13 02:35 PM Re: Which choke? [Re: Buckhunter10]
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Rhino 660 x2
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#3451607 - 11/13/13 09:10 PM Re: Which choke? [Re: Thicketmaster]
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