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Old 01-06-2021, 03:19 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I shoot a Carlsonís extended mid range choke in my SX3 12 ga. I still miss my share of birds but feel like it has improved my shooting.
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I shoot a Carlsonís extended mid range choke in my SX3 12 ga. I still miss my share of birds but feel like it has improved my shooting.
Any idea on the constriction of that tube?
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Itís .725 on my SX3 and .715 on my 870
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Old 01-08-2021, 11:53 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Itís .725 on my SX3 and .715 on my 870
According to both Winchester and Carlson, factory bore diameter for the Invector Plus 12 gauge barrels is .735. Randy Wakeman measured one at .745. But if it's really .735, your .725 tube is IC. If your bore diameter is really .745, that tube is Modified. Remington's bore diameter is .727, so a .715 tube just a bit tighter than IC. Doesn't matter what flowery words they use to describe them, it's all about constriction relative to bore diameter.
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According to both Winchester and Carlson, factory bore diameter for the Invector Plus 12 gauge barrels is .735. Randy Wakeman measured one at .745. But if it's really .735, your .725 tube is IC. If your bore diameter is really .745, that tube is Modified. Remington's bore diameter is .727, so a .715 tube just a bit tighter than IC. Doesn't matter what flowery words they use to describe them, it's all about constriction relative to bore diameter.

Could not agree more! I have no way to actually measure either of mine. Thatís just the numbers printed on them. Whatever the constriction, they work pretty well for me.
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Old 01-09-2021, 10:14 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I’ve been running the Carlson’s Snow goose in LR with great success
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