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    question about chokes

    I have an 870 wingmaster with a non rifled barrel, and a second barrel that accepts chokes. Forgive my ignorance, but can a rifled slug be fired thru a barrel with a choke on the end or only thru the non rifled, no choke barrel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by titaniumman View Post
    I have an 870 wingmaster with a non rifled barrel, and a second barrel that accepts chokes. Forgive my ignorance, but can a rifled slug be fired thru a barrel with a choke on the end or only thru the non rifled, no choke barrel.
    Yes, the slug can be fired thru the barrel with a cylinder bore choke installed.
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    Thanks I would hate to have a KB in my face!

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    Generally speaking you can shoot the slug through any choke, but the more open the more accurate it will be. I emailed the ammo company and they gave me the above advice.

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    You can also get a rifled "choke" tube. I put choke in quotes because the tube in question does not actually provide any degree of choke, i.e. cylendar bore. Such tubes are often called paradox chokes or paradox tubes.

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    I've put slug throw full chokes and the were pretty accurate , but I've been informed to use an improved cyl. but I havn't tryed it yet !

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