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What shot sizes should be used with a modified, full or improved cylinder choke for a 20 gauge?

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    What shot sizes should be used with a modified, full or improved cylinder choke for a 20 gauge?

  • #2
    depends on what you hunt. for doves 7.5 are great anything else #4s to #6s work great through my 20.

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    • #3
      modified for doves with 7.5s, modified or IC #6s for rabbits, mod or full #6s for squirrels, full or extra-full #4 or 5s for turkeys

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      • #4
        i use # 4s 3s

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        • #5
          Depends on what you are hunting:

          Improved - For Dove, Quail, Grouse, Woodcock, 7.5,8 or 9. Rabbit 4,5,6 Ducks over decoys - 3,4,6 steel

          Modified - For Dove 7.5 & 8, squirrel & rabbit 4,5,6 Ducks - 3,4,6 steel

          Full - Turkey & Squirrel 4,5,6

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          • #6
            there's now way to answere what shot works best in what choke, you will have to pattern your gun. Different shells of the same shot from different manufactures will preform differently in the same gun. All of the shot choke suggestions above are good though. Just shoot them into cardboard and the ranges you'll be shooting and see which one you like the best.

            Hope that helps a little.

            Brad

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            • #7
              Answer sorry I have that latent english spelling gene. must be the Eurotrash in me. The inablity to speel is just the redneck! LOL

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              • #8
                Agreed with Beekeeper answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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