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Choke Tube for Sporting Clays

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I currently shoot sporting clays with a Browning Gold, equipped with Invector Plus Choke tubes. I am really new to the sport, but wanted to get a different choke tube for my gun. Hopefully, a ported tube to reduce recoil. I am considering starting with an impoved modified restriction.

Any suggestions on brand, style etc. will be appreciated.

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everyone has thier preferences, I bought a Browning invector plus skeet tube, works just fine for me.

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Briley choke tubes are great and come in a variety of styles. They make extended and ported tubes for your browning. The only problem is you'll end up buying an entire set. A Light Modified choke (between IC and M) is a great all around choke for upland hunting and sporting clays but you'll need to change out to a more open choke like the skeet for some of the closer shot stations.

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I shoot a Winchester Super X2 (basically the same as the Browning Gold). I've also had a Browning Gold in the past. Regardless of what gun I'm shooting, I've done my best using a full choke for sporting clays for both close and farther shots.

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I use the Light Modified in my Gold, and have been for the past couple duck seasons and trap shooting. I like it.

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